The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority announced the Digital Strategy 2023-2030, which includes 82 projects and initiatives, with a total cost of 1.6 billion dirhams, with the aim of enhancing the authority’s global leadership in the field of digital transformation based on optimal investment of data.
The Authority aims to implement a digital infrastructure that is 100% flexible and scalable, enable mobility with financial technology by 100%, raise the rate of digital adoption of the Authority’s services to 95%, empower the Authority’s employees digitally by 100%, and build 50 use cases in artificial intelligence.
These projects take into account the alignment of the development of the digital strategy with the strategic directions of the emirate, the Authority’s strategic plan 2024-2030, and the Dubai Digital Strategy, enhancing cooperation with partners and institutions, implementing projects that support the trends of emerging technologies and their contribution to achieving future digital transformation maturity levels, the speed of the expected impact of achieving it, and enhancing Optimal investment in data. The plan is based on 6 main axes, which are people happiness, quality of digital services, data intelligence, integrated digital operations, excellence in asset management, innovation and partnerships, according to what was reported by the Emirates News Agency, WAM.
According to the strategy, the implementation of the projects will be in 4 phases for a period of seven years. The “preparatory” phase includes completing the implementation of seven projects, valued at approximately 466 million dirhams. The first phase includes the implementation of 62 projects and initiatives, at a cost of 829 million dirhams, while the second phase includes 10 projects and initiatives. With a value of 249 million dirhams, the third phase includes 3 projects and initiatives, worth 100 million dirhams.