Mall of the Emirates enhances accessibility with additional car park spaces and taxi rank
AED 10 million investment on taxi rank to increase ease of shopping.
Latest updates unveiled, as popular luxury lifestyle destination marks progress in phase two of Evolution 2015.
22 Apr, 2015
Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa, is enhancing its visitor experience in phase two of Mall of the Emirates’ strategic redevelopment, Evolution 2015, with new taxi rank and parking spaces, following visitors feedback. As part of the ‘great moments’ delivered to guests by Mall of the Emirates, a new taxi rank allowing forty additional taxis is located at Welcome Court 4, representing a total of eighty taxis places. The new taxi rank will be complementing current taxi rank located near Carrefour and Sheraton Dubai Mall of the Emirates Hotel, which also has recently been significantly upgraded for easier navigation of visitors. The new taxi rank which represents a total investment of AED 10 million operates throughout Mall of the Emirates’ opening hours. ‘As part of our goal to create great moments for everyone, everyday at Mall of the Emirates, we want our guests to have choice, convenience and safety in their transport options, which is why phase two of the mall’s Evolution 2015 initiative includes a focus on the availability of taxis and parking spaces’, said Fuad Mansoor Sharaf, Senior Director – Property Management, Shopping Malls for Majid Al Futtaim Properties. ‘The important investment is in line with Majid Al Futtaim’s vision to continuously improve visitors experience, since the reconfiguration follows research and feedback received from our shoppers on the taxi ranks. We appreciate the support of our visitors and make sure to listen carefully to their needs to enhance experiences,’ he added. Additionally, works on the ground floor parking area is now complete with upper levels fully available to shoppers. By July 2015, the new deck will become operational, offering 1,300 new car park spaces including more disabled options.