Riyadh ranks 30 in a study on flexibility improvement of high-level cities

Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh has been ranked 30 in the world in a United Nations-sponsored study evaluating the electronic government, the flexibility and sustainability of high-level cities in the world.

According to the study, which first classified the cities of the world into four categories: very high, high, medium and low, Riyadh was categorized as among the high level, according to the Saudi Press Agency.


The study fixed 60 indexes covering the technical aspects of municipalities and governorates as well as electronic services and electronic partnership initiatives available through portals.