Mowasalat showcases new school bus at Traffic Week
March 21 2018 08:44 PM
Mowasalat managing director and CEO Khalid al-Hail briefing Director General of Public Security Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim al-Khulaifi at the company's pavilion at Traffic Week.


Mowasalat has showcased its taxi, bus and limousine services at its pavilion at the Traffic Week celebrations.
Mowasalat unveiled a latest model of Karwa school bus at the kids tent as part of its efforts to demonstrate safety tips for queuing, boarding and disembarking.
Visitors to the tent learnt about the safety and security features on the buses, and how to perform emergency evacuations. The pavilion also has an infotainment area to educate and entertain children with various games and gifts. Several schools have brought their students to the pavilion since the start of the exhibition.
At the opening of the Traffic Week, Director General of Public Security Staff Major General Saad bin Jassim al-Khulaifi visited Mowasalat pavilion and listened to a briefing from managing director and CEO Khalid Nasser al-Hail.

A Mowasalat school bus on display at the event.

The official spoke about the advanced features of school buses, which are designed with international standards. A total of 65,000 students avail of the services on about 2,800 school buses daily.
While lauding the efforts of Mowasalat, Major General al-Khulaifi gave credit to the school buses in helping reduce traffic congestion as fewer private cars come to drop and pick up children from schools. 
Mowasalat has also displayed two of its state-of-the-art driving simulators. One simulator is for light vehicles driving, and the other for heavy vehicles. Both simulators are being used at the Karwa Driving School's driver training programmes.
Many visitors tried the simulator to experience driving on Qatar roads and appreciated the importance of such tools in shaping safe drivers for tomorrow. The company has also set up a taxi rank at the venue.

Last updated: March 21 2018 11:31 PM

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