- The women’s taxi service will start from Thursday, January 20
- This service will be launched on a trial basis
- This will benefit female passengers, students and children alike
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This will benefit female passengers, students and children alike. For this, licenses have been issued to female taxi drivers. The Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology has issued a license for the female taxi service to apply for an auto taxi through an advance reservation system.
The service will start on a trial basis in Muscat Governorate from Thursday, January 20. Similarly, in Saudi Arabia, the traffic department allowed women to have a public taxi permit. For this, 18 driving schools have been set up in various cities of the country.
The centers where driving schools are licensed are located in Riyadh, Jizan, Hail, Eastern Province, Azir, Al Jawf, Taif, Jeddah and Najran. On September 27, 2017, King Salman of Saudi Arabia announced that he would allow women to drive in the country. The permit came into effect on June 24. Driving licenses are issued to persons 18 years of age and above.
Three Saudi women have been named the most powerful business women in 2021. Rania Nashir, Sarah Al Suhaimi and Lubna Olayan are on the American Forbes Middle East list. It is noteworthy that most of the businesses in the world overcame all this at a time when the Kovid Pandemic was facing serious challenges.
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Officials said the list of the most powerful business women is finalized based on a number of criteria, including income, assets, market value, management, number of employees, achievements and social responsibility initiatives. Similarly, in Saudi Arabia, women joined the armed forces. The first batch of women soldiers who completed their training was released in September. Registration for enlistment, including women, was completed in February this year.
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