There are also other traffic management centers tasked with the responsibility of ensuring traffic safety and management is well thought of. Introduction The Emirate of Abu Dhabi is contemporary adopting a comprehensive development plan in all aspects of life. It shows a huge interest in developing plans and measures for the renaissance through integration for a future vision for the emirate to 2030. The government has started to prepare the urban plan of Abu Dhabi city, which was adopted in 2007. Achieving this goal will help the government’s strategies to become one of the best five most leading and advanced governments in the world. The realization of the urban plan will require development and improvements of Traffic Management through enhancing traffic safety and improving traffic performance. The collaboration of vehicle and highway to provide transportation must be treated as a system as Rodney K. Lay (2003) suggested in his research. There has been a good effort in Abu Dhabi for the last couple of years between government stakeholders to develop road safety strategy, define rules and responsibilities, and increase a fully coordinated and integrated framework to deal with road safety. It is suitable here to say when you work to prepare a strategy for traffic management, it is very important to consider the most motivating factors for the safety as the humanitarian concerns, economic costs and benefits, and legal and regulatory considerations. The importance of the management in all aspects of the life is indeed consistent with service marketing literature which emphasizes that the ‘people factor’ is an important component of perceived service quality (Ganesh et al, 2000; Chiou et al, 2002). The Henri Fayol as one of the most influential contributors to modern concepts of management considers it to consist of forecasting, planning, organizing, commanding, coordination and controlling . Other scholars, such as Mary Parker Follett, consider management as "the art of getting things done through people". Usually the transportation systems operating in a developing country may not be as economically, or as efficient as the ones in developed countries. According to my point of view the challenges that might be seen as a problem for the future development of Abu Dhabi can be the management and lack of coordination between all concerned parties in the operation. Here we can narrate what Stanley Pickett (1955), said "Think of the things you see in your own city which everyone wishes were otherwise. They might have been otherwise, if there had been careful planning in the past". The proposed study will focus on the development of a framework that will integrate elements of urban planning related to transportation. These will include traffic management systems, speeds management strategy on the roads, application of the principles of management on traffic safety for road projects, rules and responsibilities for the difference departments involved, and the effective management of the integrated intelligent traffic systems with infrastructure to improve the road safety in Abu Dhabi. All the above will be integrated through the main domain of traffic management which requires an effective structure and organization. As many developing countries are interested in
ROLE OF ABU DHABI POLICE IN IMPROVING TRAFFIC SAFETY AND MANAGEMENT IN ABU DHABI EMIRATE IN ADDITION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ABSTRACT Road safety is a multi-dimensional aspect of everyday life that cuts across most societies and countries at large. It affects everyone since on the road you are either a pedestrian or motorist or passenger…
Action Plan for E-administration in Abu Dhabi Police. The civilization of human society is based on the concept of security. The establishment of security system is more sincerely covered under an institution known as police. The police administration fights with all sorts of crime and criminal to ensure law and order.
Borouge is a primary supplier of pioneering, value creating plastics solutions. The company was founded in 1998 and was set up as a joint venture between Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and an Austrian-based company, Borealis (Borouge, 2001). ADNOC is a major Gulf oil company, while Borealis is a top European plastics provider.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of United Arab Emirates and the also the second largest city, the first being Dubai. It generates more than 50 percent of the annual GDP of United Arab Emirates. Abu Dabhi was known for its pearl trade before the discovery of large reserves of oil in 1930s, however today it is a cultural and economic hub in the region.
Financial Market in Abu Dhabi Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Executive Summary 3 Abu Dhabi: Leading in the Middle East region in respect of the Investors Confidence 3 Abu Dhabi Financial Market 4 Mission of ADX 4 Values of Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange 4 Trading System of ADX 6 Broker 6 Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange: Operations 6 Past few Years Performance (2004 to 2008) 6 Price Appreciation and the Turnover of ADX 7 Past few Years Performance (2004 to 2008) 7 Conclusion 8 Introduction Developing the financial markets has been one of the primary objectives in most of the countries in the Gulf region from the past few years.
Given the nature of their responsibilities and the means available to the police department in general, discharge of police functions is found to be more problematic than any other public services. However it can reasonably be stated that some of the issues stem from the current performance evaluation practices.
Measuring performance of public service departments has always been a difficult and cumbersome process; but the continuing pressures for transparency, accountability and service expectations, performance evaluation requires increased management
t systems (ISO 9001: 2000), environmental management systems (ISO 140001: 2004) and occupational health and safety systems (OHSAS 18001) among others.
The trend for standardization and integration has been reflected through the compliance to the requirements, various benefits
The Coast Guard Unit was established in 1960, Patrols in 1962, and the Police Music Band in 1963 (Police Magazine, 1989). Since then, ADP has been following a plan of restructuring to meet the changing needs of the
The author states that the development that took place in Abu Dhabi can be divided into three phases; first being the pre oil era, second phase is of the development that took place after the discovery of oil and the third phase is the recent development in construction which has attracted a large number of people from all over the world.