H.H. Sheikh Hamdan approves trailblazing projects as part of 'Dubai 10X'

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Dubai is set to implement a comprehensive set of transformational projects across key sectors, including transportation, aviation, urban planning and healthcare.

These projects are part of the third phase of Dubai Future Foundation's 'Dubai 10X' initiative, which aims to position the city as a world leader in future readiness.

"These new projects are poised to streamline and expedite transportation within Dubai, enhance the travel experience at Dubai's airports and establish a robust healthcare system for early disease detection," said His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council.

"Our objective is to ensure that the results of these projects distinctly elevate quality of life for both Dubai’s residents and visitors, by not only enhancing their wellbeing, but also prioritising their health and overall living standards," he added.

The projects were selected from a pool of 79 ideas, which were jointly developed by over 120 employees from 33 different Dubai government entities.

The selection process involved the exchange of expertise and best practices among government work streams, as well as the organisation of more than 25 workshops that brought together diverse government teams to discuss and refine these ideas.

Some projects witnessed substantial collaborations involving up to 11 government entities.

The project ideas in this stage were specialised on the future of government services across a wide range of sectors, including transportation, aviation, space, energy, sustainability, infrastructure, trade, finance, health, security, civil defense, community services, among others.

They underwent a thorough evaluation process, emphasising specific criteria such as the anticipated future outcomes, implementation timeline, integration potential with other government services, impact across the emirate and enhancement of quality of life for members of the Dubai community.

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