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HE Minister of Transport Inaugurates Sila Operation Center

18 Sep, 2022 10:00 AMThe PeninsulaIntended Audience
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On Thursday, September 15, 2022, HE Mr. Jassim bin Saif Al-Sulaiti, Minister of Transport, inaugurated "Sila Operation Center," which will represent the nucleus of Public Transport Integrated Services in the State of Qatar. HE Dr. Abdullah bin AbdulAziz bin Turki Al-Subaie, Minister of Municipality, HE Dr. Eng. Saad bin Ahmad Al Muhannadi, President of the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) and a number of top officials in the transport sector system attended this ceremony. 

The Center includes Sila Brand Management and Wayfinding, Unified Electronic Ticketing hub and related payment systems, Central Clearing house and test authority. The Center will also compliment the work of the National Transport Coordination Center and the Land Transport Safety Committee. 

Commenting on this occasion, HE the Minister said: "We launched Sila with the mission to bring together Qatar's public transport modes into an integrated network, offering people the smartest choices for travel and supporting the country's ongoing development. Today, we take another step in that direction by inaugurating what will become a hub for all future sustainable public transport milestones, aiming to achieve a fundamental change in Qatar's public transport network and enhance its efficiency to create a more connected and sustainable transport network for generations to come."

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