It is located on Al Nahda Street, between Al Qusais and Al Twar, and just north of Dubai International Airport.
Etisalat is one of a handful of stations with a park-and-ride car park. It has spaces for 2,300 vehicles. The other stations with car parking are Centrepoint and Jabal Ali. Parking is free for public transport users.
The station is a state-of-the-art facility that offers everything you need for a comfortable and convenient journey. It features lifts and escalators to the platforms, ticket machines, a ticket office, an information desk, a convenience store, toilets, cycle parking, and a taxi rank.
Whether you’re looking to purchase a ticket or just need some directions, the friendly staff at the information desk will be more than happy to help. The store sells a variety of snacks and drinks for those who need to grab something quick before their train arrives. And if you’re cycling to the station, you’ll appreciate the convenient cycle parking.
Whether you’re commuting to work or exploring the city, the Etisalat Metro Station is the perfect starting point for your journey.
Attractions in the area include Al Qusais Pond Park.
The station is in Zone 5. A map of the Dubai travel zones can be found here.
Operating hours for Green Line stations are here. Note that these are times for the Green Line as a whole. Times for the first and last trains from this station may be different.
To view live train times for Etisalat Metro Station, install RTA’s S’hail app on your mobile phone.
An air-conditioned walkway links Etisalat Metro Station to Etisalat Bus Station, providing a comfortable and convenient connection between the two transport hubs.
Services from Etisalat Bus Station include intercity buses to Ajman and Sharjah, as well as feeder buses to Muhaisnah and Al Qusais.
The adjacent station on the Green Line is Al Qusais.