Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) is the only utilities provider for residents living in Dubai. The official water and electricity authority in Sharjah is SEWA and ADEWA in Abu Dhabi.

It is a RERA initiative to regulate Dubai’s rental market by facilitating the relationship between landlords and the tenants. All residents and companies will have to register their rental/lease tenancy agreements through the EIJARI online portal.

It’s an online tool through which tenants and landlords can calculate if a rental increase is valid taking into account the Rental Cap Law. The calculator is updated every few months.

Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is in charge of planning and providing the requirements for transport, roads and traffic in Dubai. It manages public transport services as well as all driver and car owner services.

It’s a toll collection system for Dubai which operates without the use toll booths and gates. Cars will have to purchase a Salik tag and place it on the windshield. It allows the Salik tolling points to identify cars each time they pass. The charge for passing a toll gate is AED 4 and is deducted from your toll account.

Du and Etisalat are the only telecommunication providers in the UAE. They provide customers a range of products which includes mobile and broadband services.

Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) manages all features of UAE telecommunications and information technology industries.