Dubai Metro Green Line

The Green Line is one of the two lines on the Dubai Metro (the other is the Red Line). It opened in September 2011.

The line  runs from Etisalat Metro Station in Al Qusais to Creek Metro Station, passing through the densely populated areas of Deira and Bur Dubai.

All 20 stations are now open. There are two transfer stations where passengers can transfer to the Red Line; Union and BurJuman (formerly Khalid Bin Al Waleed). 5 miles of the line (from Abu Baker Al Siddique to Oud Metha) is underground

Trains run every 6 minutes during peak hours (6 am to 8 am and 6 pm to 9 pm) and every 8 minutes at other times.

Drivers can park their cars at the park and ride facility at Etisalat Metro Station. There are spaces for around 2,300 cars and parking is free for Metro passengers.

Click on an station on our map of the Dubai Metro Green Line to show its exact position on our interactive map of Dubai.

Dubai Metro Green Line Map

Jebel Ali Metro StationDanube Metro StationEnergy Metro StationIbn Battuta Metro StationNakheel Harbour and Tower Metro StationJumeirah Lakes Towers Metro StationDubai Marina Metro StationNakheel Metro StationDubai Internet City Metro StationSharaf DG Metro StationMall of the Emirates Metro StationFirst Gulf Bank Metro StationNoor Islamic Bank Metro StationBusiness Bay Metro StationBurj Khalifa/Dubai Mall Metro StationFinancial Centre Metro StationEmirates Towers Metro StationWorld Trade Centre Metro StationAl Jafiliya Metro StationAl Karama Metro StationUnion Metro StationAl Rigga Metro StationDeira City Centre Metro StationGGICO Metro StationAirport Terminal 1 Metro StationAirport Terminal 3 Metro StationEmirates Metro StationRashidiya Metro StationEtisalat Metro StationAl Qusais Metro StationDubai Airport Free Zone Metro StationAl Nahda Metro StationStadium Metro StationAl Qiyadah Metro StationAbu Hail Metro StationAbu Baker Al Siddique Metro StationSalah Al Din Metro StationBaniyas Square Metro StationPalm Deira Metro StationAl Ras Metro StationAl Ghubaiba Metro StationAl Fahidi Metro StationOud Metha Metro StationDubai Healthcare City Metro StationAl Jadaf Metro StationCreek Metro StationBurJuman Metro Station
Metro StationStation NumberAreaZoneNotesMallsAttractionsHotels
Etisalat11Al Qusais5
Al Qusais12Al Qusais5Time Grand Plaza
Dubai Airport Free Zone13Al Qusais5Time Grand Plaza
Al Nahda14Al Qusais5Al Bustan CentreAl Bustan Centre & Residence
Stadium15Al Qusais5
Al Qiyadah16Al Twar5
Abu Hail17Deira5.
Abu Baker Al Siddique18Deira5Hamarain CentreCoral Deira, Crowne Plaza Deira, JW Marriott, Movenpick Deira, Sheraton Deira, Traders
Salah Al Din19Deira5Al Ghurair CentreCoral Deira, Crowne Plaza Deira, Sheraton Deira
Union20Deira5Transfer station - connects to Red LineAl Ghurair CentreAl Khaleej Palace, Emirates Concorde, Radisson Blu Dubai Deira Creek, Samaya, Sheraton Dubai Creek
Baniyas Square21Deira5Riviera
Palm Deira22Deira5Deira Fish Market, Gold Souk, Perfume Souk
Al Ras23Deira5Gold Souk, Perfume Souk, Spice Souk
Al Ghubaiba24Bur Dubai6Old SoukHeritage and Diving Village, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum HouseAscot, Royal Ascot
Al Fahidi25Bur Dubai6Al Ain Centre, Al Khaleej Centre, Old SoukBastakia Quarter, Dubai Museum, Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural UnderstandingArabian Courtyard, Ascot, Citymax Bur Dubai, Dhow Palace, Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai, Majestic Hotel Tower, Ramada, Royal Ascot, Xclusive Hotel Apartments
BurJuman26Bur Dubai6Transfer station - connects to Red Line. Formerly Khalid Bin Al Waleed Metro Station.BurJumanBurJuman Arjaan by Rotana, Xclusive Hotel Apartments
Oud Metha27Oud Metha6Lamcy PlazaAl Waleed Palace, Movenpick Bur Dubai
Dubai Healthcare City28Umm Hurair6Khan Murjan, Lamcy Plaza, Wafi MallDubai Children's City, Dubai DolphinariumAl Waleed Palace, Grand Hyatt, Movenpick Bur Dubai, Raffles
Al Jadaf29Al Jadaf6
Creek30Al Jadaf6

Comments and Additional Information

  1. Natalie says

    We’re going to be staying in an apartment at the Dubai Marina. Will we need to use the Green Line to travel to the Gold Souk?

  2. Editor says

    Al Jadaf and Creek stations opened in February 2014. All stations on the Green Line are now operational.

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