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Integrated Intelligent Transportation Systems Division

The Integrated Intelligent Transportation Systems (Integrated ITS) Division is responsible for regulating the deployment of ITS in the Emirate as well as  planning and overseeing the design and implementation of these systems, in addition to the operation and management of the Transportation Management Centres to ensure the seamless integration between all modes of transport to fulfil the transport-safety, mobility and sustainability needs in accordance with the vision Abu Dhabi 2030  and the Transport Master Plans.

The main objectives of the Integrated ITS Division are:

  • Develop, maintain and update the DoT ITS strategy and architecture  for  Abu Dhabi Emirate and oversee the implementation action plan of its outcome projects to ensure proper integration, quality and best use of resources.
  • Define the appropriate policies, technical standards, regulation and key performance indicators relating to the deployment, operation and maintenance of ITS in Abu Dhabi Emirate.
  • Plan, design and deploy multi-modal ITS schemes across the Emirate to serve all transport modes including:
    • Transportation Management Centres.
    • Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS).
    • Advanced Public Transportation Systems (APTS).
    • Commercial Vehicles Operation Systems (CVO).
    • Traveller Information Systemsthrough smart phones and in-car navigation systems.
    • Integrated and unified Payment System (IPS) to cover all modes of transport (Buses, Parking, Taxis, Ferries, Toll Gates,Metro, Trams... etc).
    • Advanced communication network (wired, wireless and fiber optics).

The Integrated ITS Division realises that achieving integration between all transport modes is essential for the economic growth and quality of lifein the Emirate. This can be achieved through the full cooperation between the government agencies, academic institutions and the private sector to develop advanced ITS technologies based on systematic and scientific approach resulting in:

  • Improving the safety and security of transport system users and operators.
  • Increasing the operational efficiency and capacity of transport system, roads and infrastructure.
  •  Enhance personal mobility and accessibility to transport services and information for all users.
  • Reduce the impact of surface transport on the environment and energy.
  • Support the current and future economic growth and the productivity of individuals and organizations.







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