The UAE is ranked among the top 20 nations in 13 transportation indexes in 2020
The UAE has been classified among the top 20 nations in the world in 13 indexes connected to transportation by five organizations that specialize in assessing global competitiveness, adding to the UAE's track record in this area.
The United Arab Emirates has been working tirelessly to promote sustainable growth while simultaneously protecting the environment.The UAE Vision 2021 includes instructions that emphasize the importance of infrastructure in order to position the UAE as a world leader in the transportation industry, particularly in terms of airports, ports, and road quality.
The World Economic Forum (WEF), the World Bank, the Legatum Institute, the Bertelsmann Stiftung Foundation, and the International Institute for Management Development all ranked the UAE among the world's leading countries in the transportation sector, according to a report by the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Centre (IMD).
In IMD's World Competitiveness Yearbook 2020, the UAE rated second in the quality of air transportation index, while the World Bank's Logistics Performance Index put the UAE fourth in the timeliness index, fifth in the international shipments index, and 14th in tracking and tracing index.
In the WEF's Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, the UAE ranked sixth in the world in terms of satisfaction with public transportation, seventh in terms of air transport infrastructure quality, and 15th in terms of land transportation efficiency, according to the Legatum Institute's Prosperity Index.
The UAE was placed 12th in the world in the efficiency of seaport services index by the Global Competitiveness Index 4.0, and 11th in the same area by the Prosperity Index. In the Global Competitiveness Report, the UAE was placed 13th in the liner shipping connectivity index and 14th in the Prosperity Index.