Dubai Metro

By the start of the millennium, fast population growth plus rapidly increasing numbers of tourists was putting a huge burden on Dubai’s transport infrastructure.

The Dubai Metro was the city’s answer to the problem. Construction began in 2006 with the first stations opening in 2009.

Trains are driverless and include first class, and women and children only sections. Extensive window panels offer great views of the city.

View of the interior of a futuristic Metro station in Dubai
Station interior

Lines

LineOpenedRoute
Red Line2009Rashidiya to UAE Exchange (Jebel Ali)
Green Line2011Etisalat to Creek
Route 20202021Jabal Ali to Expo 2020.

The Red Line runs from Rashidiya (near Dubai International Airport) to UAE Exchange (formerly Jebel Ali). All stations are now open.

The Green Line runs from Etisalat Metro Station in Al Qusais to Creek in Al Jaddaf. All stations are now operational.

Passengers can transfer between lines at either Union or BurJuman (formerly Khalid Bin Al Waleed).

Route 2020 is a 15 km extension of the Dubai Metro. It will run from Jabal Ali Metro Station to the Expo 2020 site. It opened in January 2021.

Dubai Tram

The Metro is connected to the Dubai Tram system at Dubai Marina Metro Station and DMCC Metro Station (formerly Jumeirah Lakes Towers Metro Station), both on the Red Line.

The Dubai Tram connects to the Palm Jumeirah Monorail at Palm Jumeirah Tram Station.

Map

An interactive map of the Dubai Metro system can be found here.

A link to download the pdf version of this map can be found on this page.

Timings

The Dubai Metro runs every day of the week. Operating times are:

  • Red Line – 5 am until midnight Saturday to Wednesday, 5 am until 1 am on Thursday, and 10 am until 1 am on Friday.
  • Green Line – 5.30 am until midnight Saturday to Wednesday, 5.30 am until 1 am on Thursday, and 10 am until 1 am on Friday.
  • Route 2020 – 5 am until midnight Saturday to Wednesday, 5 am until 1 am on Thursday, and 10 am until 1 am on Friday.

Changes to the Metro start times on Fridays took effect at the beginning of October 2015. Previously the Metro had started running at 1 pm on Fridays. Earlier start times on all days were introduced in November 2017.

Note: Operating times given are for the Metro lines as a whole. Times for the last train will vary by station. To find the time of the last train from your chosen station use the online RTA Metro Timetable (select ‘Metro’ tab and then select day of travel, line, direction of travel, and your departure station).

Today’s train times can also be viewed using the RTA’s S’hail app.

Train timings are frequent though, so no timetable is really necessary. Trains arrive every 4 minutes on average during peak hours and every 7 minutes during off-peak hours.

A journey along the entire length of the Red Line (from Rashidiya to UAE Exchange) takes 1 hour and 8 minutes. The Green Line is shorter. The trip from Etisalat to Creek takes 40 minutes.

Fares

Fares are cheap compared to similar systems around the world.

Contactless tickets or cards must be purchased prior to commencing a journey. They are available at all Metro stations, bus stations, and authorised sales agents (Carrefour, Spinneys etc.)

Train Layout

Each train has five carriages. At one end of the train, the carriage is divided into two cabins, with one being a Gold Class cabin. The carriage at the other end of the train is Women & Children.

Dubai Metro Train Carriage Layout - Gold Class, Women and Children, Silver Class
Dubai Metro Carriage Layout

This new layout was introduced in July 2019.

The Gold Class cabin features leather seats and is typically less crowded. The Women & Children carriage offers extra space for strollers.

The remaining areas of the train are for Silver Class (standard class) passengers.

Fines are imposed for passengers travelling in the wrong class of cabin.

Passengers in a Standard Class carriage on the Dubai Metro
Standard Class carriage

Parking

There are three large park and ride facilities on the Dubai Metro where drivers can leave their cars.

StationLineSpaces
RashidiyaRed Line2700
Jabal AliRed Line3000
EtisalatGreen Line2300

Parking is free for Metro users.

Airport

The Dubai Metro offers 2 dedicated stops for Dubai International Airport; Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. They are situated at the eastern end of the Red Line.

Passengers are permitted to carry 2 items of luggage on a Metro train (one large suitcase and one piece of hand baggage). The dimensions of the suitcase should not be greater than 81 cm x 58 cm x 30 cm. The hand baggage should measure less than 55 cm x 38 cm x 20 cm.

Suitcases should be stored in the dedicated luggage area.

Connections

The Dubai Metro is integrated with the city’s other modes of public transport.

Feeder buses are shuttle bus services that transport passengers from Dubai Metro stations to local destinations. Feeder bus services are prefixed the letter F e.g. F01.

Most other bus services also stop at, or near, Dubai Metro stations.

Most bus stations are next to, or near, Dubai Metro station. The major bus stations are Al Ghubaiba and Gold Souq. Al Ghubaiba Bus Station is near Al Ghubaiba Metro Station. Gold Souq Bus Station is close to Gold Souq Metro Station.

WiFi

Free WiFi is available on the Dubai Metro. To connect to the service, choose ‘WiFi UAE’ from the list of networks.

The free wireless internet service is provided by du, a local telecommunications company.

A premium (paid) option offering is also available. It offers higher speeds and longer browsing sessions.

The WiFi service works in all Dubai Metro carriages. The service is also available in many other locations; Dubai Metro stations, bus stops, shopping malls, beaches etc.

Stations

All Dubai Metro stations are listed in the table below. Stations are listed alphabetically. The table can be sorted by travel zone, line etc.

Clicking on the name of each station will take you to a detailed listing for that station.

Metro StationStation NumberLineAreaZoneNearbyNotes
Abu Baker Al SiddiqueG18GreenDeira5Hamarain Centre
Abu HailG17GreenDeira5.
ADCBR20RedAl Karama6Dubai Central Post Office, Karama Centre, Al Attar Shopping Mall, Karama Market, Al Karama Bus StationFormerly Al Karama
Airport Terminal 1R14RedGarhoud5Dubai International Airport
Airport Terminal 3R13RedGarhoud5Dubai International Airport
Sharaf DGG25GreenBur Dubai6Dubai Museum, Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, Old Souk, Al SeefFormerly Al Fahidi
Al FurjanR72Route 2020Al Furjan2
Al GhubaibaG24GreenBur Dubai6City Centre Al Shindagha, Al Ghubaiba Bus Station
Al JadafG29GreenAl Jaddaf6Jaddaf Watefront
Al JafiliyaR21RedAl Jafiliya6Zabeel Park, Dubai Frame, Dubai Garden Glow, Bur Dubai Police Station
Al NahdaG14GreenAl Qusais5Al Bustan Centre
Al QiyadahG16GreenAl Twar5Dubai Police HQ, Al Mulla Plaza
Al QusaisG12GreenAl Qusais5Al Qusais Pond Park
Al RasG23GreenDeira5Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, Gold Souk, Spice Souk,
Al RiggaR17RedDeira5Deira Clock Tower
Baniyas SquareG21GreenDeira5Naif Souk, Al Manal Centre, Dubai Creek
Burj Khalifa/Dubai MallR25RedDowntown Dubai6Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, Coca Cola Arena, Dubai Fountain, Dubai Opera, Burj Park, Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, The Green Planet, Dubai Ice Rink, City Walk, Souk Al Bahar
BurJuman R19/G26Red/GreenBur Dubai6BurJuman, Al Seef, KaramaTransfer Station - Formerly Khalid Bin Al Waleed
Business BayR26RedBusiness Bay6Safa Park
CreekG30GreenAl Jaddaf6Mohammed bin Rashid Library, Al Jaddaf Marine Station
Dubai MarinaR36RedDubai Marina2Dubai Marina Mall, Dubai Marina Tram StationFormerly DAMAC Properties
DanubeR41RedJebel Ali1
Deira City CentreR16RedDeira5City Centre Deira, Deira Clock Tower
Discovery GardensR71Route 2020Discovery Gardens2
DMCCR37RedJumeirah Lakes Towers2Dubai Marina Mall, The Walk, Jumeirah Lakes Towers Tram Station, Almas TowerFormerly Jumeirah Lakes Towers
Dubai Airport Free ZoneG13GreenAl Qusais5Dubai Airport Free Zone (DAFZA)
Dubai Healthcare CityG28GreenUmm Hurair6Wafi City, Wafi Mall, Khan Murjan, Creek Park, Dubai Dolphinarium, Dubai Children's City
Dubai Internet CityR34RedBarsha Heights2
Dubai Investment ParkR74Route 2020Green Community, Dubai Investments Park1
EmiratesR12RedGarhoud5Emirates Group HQ. Dubai International Airport, Dubai Festival City, Dubai Festival City Mall
Emirates TowersR23RedTrade Centre6Emirates Towers, Emirates Towers Boulevard, DIFC, Museum of the Future
EnergyR40RedJebel Ali2Gurunanak Darbar Sikh Temple, Festival Plaza, Al Muntazah
EtisalatG11GreenAl Qusais5Al Qusais Pond Park
Expo 2020R76Route 2020Expo 20201
Financial CentreR24RedDubai International Financial Centre6DIFC
Umm Al SheifR31RedAl Quoz2Gold & Diamond ParkFormerly First Abu Dhabi Bank, First Gulf Bank
GGICOR15RedGarhoud5City Centre Deira, Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium
Gold Souq G22GreenDeira5Gold Souk, Gold Souq Bus StationFormerly Palm Deira
Ibn BattutaR39RedJebel Ali2Ibn Battuta Mall, The Gardens, Jebel Ali Recreation Club
Jabal AliR38Red/Route 2020Jebel Ali2Formerly Nakheel Harbour and Tower
Jumeirah Golf EstatesR73Route 2020Jumeirah Golf Estates3
Mall of the EmiratesR32RedAl Barsha2Mall of the Emirates, Ski Dubai, Mall of the Emirates Bus Station
MashreqR33RedAl Barsha2Al Barsha Pond ParkFormerly Sharaf DG
Al KhailR35RedDubai Media City2Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, Emirates Golf Club, American University in DubaiFormerly Nakheel
Al SafaR29RedAl Quoz2Al Quoz Bus Station, Kite Beach, Oasis Mall, Times Square CenterFormerly Noor Bank, Noor Islamic Bank
Oud MethaG27GreenOud Metha6Rashid Hospital, St Mary's Catholic Church, Creek Park
RashidiyaR11RedRashidiya5Bin Sougat Centre, Al Rashidiya Police Station, Al Rashidiya Park, City Centre Mirdif, Etihad Mall, Nad Shamma Park, Arabian Center, Uptown Mirdif, Mushrif Park
Salah Al DinG19GreenDeira5Al Ghurair Centre, Reef Mall
StadiumG15GreenAl Qusais5Rashid Stadium
The GardensR70Route 2020The Gardens2
UAE ExchangeR42RedJebel Ali1Formerly Jebel Ali
Union R18/G20Red/GreenDeira5Al Ghurair Centre, Union Square, Union Square Bus Station, Dubai Creek, Twin TowersTransfer Station
World Trade CentreR22RedTrade Centre6Dubai World Trade Centre

FAQS

Comments and Additional Information

  1. Can one travel from Dubai International airport to The Golden Tulip hotel by Metro or as close as possible using a Visa card to pay without purchasing a ticket?

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  2. I am planning a trip to Dubai next week (22 to 27 Feb) and I see that the Metro Red Line is closed on many days for the construction of Route 2020. Do you have an exact schedule of the closing times.

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    • The information you require has already been added as a note at the top of this page.

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  3. I love the Dubai Metro. It is the greatest way to moving from one place to another at a low price. This is the main reason to like it.

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  4. Why are the Metro timings not connected with the shopping mall timings. I am retail sales staff. It is very difficult to pay taxi money when the metro is closed in the night. I have a very small salary.

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  5. Officials should always check the passengers boarding the Gold Class Cabin. Because some of them are not even using a Gold Nol Card and it is unfair for those like me who are using a Gold Nol Card as we are paying extra.

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  6. Is there a metro station that goes to the gold and spice markets in old Dubai from the Shangri La hotel in Sheik Zayed Road?

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  7. I am going to visit Dubai for 30 days. I want to purchase Blue Card Standard. Can I pay through credit card for the Blue Card?

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  8. Happy Birthday Dubai Metro

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  9. I read on this site as last train @ 12 pm midnight,, rushed to the station @ Dubai Mall to find that the station is closed @ 11.30 pm ..

    It will be nice if this information is updated in your site ??

    Thanks
    Mohamed

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    • Read the note under the timings. Timings are for the Metro as a whole. To find the time of the last train/station closing time use the RTA online tool.

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      • Please mention last train from Dubai Airport to Bur Dubai.

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  10. Meto is a nice and fast way to travel around Dubai

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  11. i love the dubai metro as well as the dubai tram

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  12. Are female tourists allowed to use the women and children cabin or only female Dubai inhabitants?

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    • Yes. Female tourists can use the women and children cabin.

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    • All female despite of the age, status or appearance are allowed to use the female and children cabin. However, a very important point to note is that if a pregnant woman or an old or a disabled woman come across, you are obliged to offer her your seat.

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  13. Question,
    Does it cost extra for 1st class, or women and children cabin tickets?

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    • For gold class. Yes its double.

      For women and childrens cabin. Its for free but yeah, obviously its for ONLY women and children.

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    • You need Gold Nol Card to be in 1st Class which charges higher than normal cards,
      And, No need of any extra costs for Women and Children Cabin.

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    • First class – yes.
      Women and children – no.

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    • Yes, first class tickets are more expensive. No extra charges for women cabin.

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    • Yes. About twice the standand cost.

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    • The metro was closed before midnight. Why?

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      • Well the metro runs on electricity and the number of commuters beyond midnight is less or no more. So the train is stopped to cut costs and to also use that time for maintenance of the train to ensure effective movement during day.

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  14. Dubai Metro is great value for money if compared with taxi fares. It is really convenient.

    Dubai Metro staff is helpful and patient.

    Dubai airport staff, especially Visa issuance, Immigration and security needs to be more polite. One problem across many public places in Dubai – staff / employees of various government departments, retail stores are on mobiles phones calling / using messenger apps while they are on the floor and on duty. It looks unprofessional and needs to improve keeping in mind strict rules in Dubai.

    Many Dubai local staff are rude and sarcastic at airports, metros and get impatient with passengers / travelers. I have experienced this on my two visits in one year.

    Overall, Dubai is a great city – offers amazing nightlife, shopping big brands or brands on discount. Dubai is one of the cleanest cities and the culture is great. The deserts during desert safari needs to be free of plastic bags, bottles, eatable packets. Lot of places the desert had lot of litter which is sad. The travelers need to take care of cleanliness as well.

    The plastic shopping bags given at retail outlets at shopping malls, shops at Dubai metro and Dubai airport should be banned. Plastic is one of the greatest polluters of environment

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    • Instead of banning plastic bags, think of other ways that consumers can carry purchased goods. Plastic may be bad but it has a use. Before banning plastics for consumers, manufacturers and retailers should also ban plastic from their products. No point banning the use of plastic bags when everything else you buy has plastic in them!

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      • Awesome. Well said awesome ?

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  15. I love traveling in Dubai metro! It’s the best! But I feel there is no control or monitoring on the prices on items sold in the shops in the station , e.g. Like in Zoom! A 250 ml low fat milk gets sold for 2.50 dhs, where as outside it is 1.75. U can understand a 25fil increase but 75 fil is quite like robbing the passengers!! Other items too hv a price difference of 7fil to 1 dhs. Pls check this. Thank u

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  16. Lot of non gold card users in the gold cabin. Can we have this rectified please. Its unfair for the gold card holders as we dont have space to sit.

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    • I too get the gold pass when ever I am in Dubai and regularly have to stand. Being a senior citizen that is not very comfortable at all. Somebody should be able check the passes before entry. Thank you

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    • It may be inadvertently by newly arriving working or visiting people.

      Therefore, authorities should be lenient in penalty, after ascertaining the passengers arrival in the city/UAE. If the passengers are residing in the city already for six months, then a penalty should be imposed.

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    • How do you know that your fellow passengers are non-gold card holders? Did you check?

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  17. Any plans of linking the Metro to Sharjah, it will be a big relief for the daily sharjah commuters

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  18. Note: the last train to UAE exchange departs union station at 11:10pm. I’ve been stranded before and i had take 60 dirham taxi all the way to Dubai media city

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    • We should always keep in mind that when the last train leaves as at when it leaves, it will take it time to get to it’s last station and that time shouldn’t be later than 12am. Therefore, the time the last train leaves every station on it’s route differs and depends on the nearness to it’s last train station. For example, from Union to Rashidiya is about 15mins, the last train to Rashidiya from Union will arrive Union metro station at/between 11:40-11:45 for it to terminate at Rashidiya at a time not exceeding 12am.

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  19. Is there an options for those whom bike to the Metro?

    Can one bring a bike inside? Is there a special (cargo) vagon?

    Are there bike parking spots where one can lock a bike and take the train back and forth?

    I’ll be working in the business bay and living close to the Marina; it would be great to bike from home to the train and walk from the train to the office.

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    • I have seen so many bike parking spots at the metro stations, but I think not all the metro station has them.

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    • Yes, I have seen commuters carrying bikes inside the metro stations.

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  20. The Dubai Metro is a fantastic way to travel in Dubai. As it is relatively new, it is extremely clean and safe. We have been to Dubai twice and both times we bought an all day pass and got on and off whenever we saw something interesting. When we became tired, we just traveled on the train. Well done Dubai!

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  21. Very informative website.
    One question
    Does Day pass for 1 day entitles all day travel on both the lines ( Green & Red ) and one can get off & on any where all day along .
    Please reply

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  22. If I need to be at Emirates Tower Station at 6:25am, what time should I catch the train from Rashidiya?

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    • The whole Journey from Rashidiya to Emirates Tower should take about 40 to 50 minutes. But on a safer side it is advisable to take the 5:30 metro.

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  23. Can I get the metro from the cruise terminal (Port Rashid) to downtown Dubai to visit the Dubai Mall and fountain, thanks

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  24. We will be in Dubai in 3 weeks as part of a cruise, is there a metro station close to Port Rashid and Burj Khalifa?

    Regards

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  25. I don’t speak Arab. Will it be easy to use the Dubai metro on my next visit? What’s the difference between the red and blue line. The metered taxis were too expensive and i would really want to move around this time by the metro on my next visit. I need a guide as i have seen that it’s quite easy to use. Thanks for your help

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    • This is Dubai. Locals speak English.

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  26. I want know that. There is have a parking place in UAE Exchange station

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  27. CAN I CARRY TWO CABIN BAGGAGE AND 1 HAND LUGGAGE BY METRO TRAIN

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  28. The announcement in Metro while it leaves or approaches a station is always as “the next station”. Probably the announcement can be corrected while approaching a station as “the current station or approaching station is” by its name rather than announcing as the next station is” which is confusing.

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  29. Now some of the Metro Stations have been renamed e.g UAE Exchange. So i got confused when i returned from my vacation. Therefore people who went on their vacation for a short period of time, please dont get confused and see the map before boarding.

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  30. Dubai metro is safe ,sure ,on time,clean and excellent.
    whenever and whereever the people can,t hire a car ,they maybe used it.
    the signs is OK.
    the staff of RTA are friendly.

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  31. METRO IN DUBAI IS GREAT AND VERY CLEAN. VERY AFFORDABLE AND GREAT COUNTRY TO VISIT. PEOPLE (LOCAL) ARE FRIENDLY. SINCE IM LIVING HERE FOR A YEAR IT REALLY HELPS ME A LOT IN SO MANY WAYS.

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  32. Teresa I.
    Sept.15/09/15
    Metro is great value and fast. Timings should be earlier, starting at 5 am in the mornings as many people have to be in places for 6 am. From TECOM to Dubai International Airport takes over an hour.
    Also Friday people travelling we need train metro
    All transport , metro in world working ,I don’t understand here to late also Friday start to late !
    Please start 5 am including Friday !

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  33. Whats all this complaining about the Metro users, I found great majority of users kind and courteous. It is the only form of transport where someone actually offered me their seat.

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  34. How long can a driver leave their car at the park and ride parking facilities. I’m going on business trip for 7 days.

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    • 24 hours or u can use a parking near

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    • Overnight parking is not allowed at the metro parking lots. Best to just take a taxi or bus to the station closest to you and take the metro the remainder of the way. It is also VERY expensive to park your car at the airport.

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  35. I will be travelling with my husband next month (February) arriving at Dubai International Airport and we plan on taking the Metro to our hotel. I noticed that there is a carriage for women and children. Do I have to travel in this carriage or can I travel with my husband in the standard class carriage?

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    • You don’t have to travel in the women’s carriage. It’s optional.

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      • Thank you very much for answering so promptly.

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    • sure

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    • As commented earlier, women are welcome to ride in the Standard Cabins.

      Ensure your husband does not stand with you or even cross through the Ladies Cabin. There is a stiff fine for any man doing so. Fines are levied on the spot at the metro station kiosk, and even an ordinary citizen can turn you in.

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  36. I need the fare details for blue card for different zones.

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    • The new fares for blue cards (from November 2014) are 7.5 AED for 3 zone trip, 5 AED for 2 zone trip, and 3 AED for a single zone trip. Halve the cost for seniors and students.

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    • Hi, you have to travel with your family in standed carriage and you will find that most of the time you will have to stand, this is what is like on public transport

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  37. The Metro system in Dubai is excellent; but I think it is now mature enough to have an earlier start on Fridays. The RTA should consider a 10 am start on Fridays, rather than 1 pm as is the case presently.

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  38. Does anyone know any of the companies building the Metro?

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    • I presume you mean companies that built the Dubai Metro?

      The Dubai Metro was built by Dubai Rail Link (DURL), a consortium of four Japanese companies (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Corporation, Obayashi Corporation, and Kajima Corporation) and one Turkish company (Yapi Merkezi).

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  39. Really it is the best way to visit all Dubai. I enjoyed all the day using the Metro. It was my first time using it but it was so easy.

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  40. Do you have any information about Dubai Trams? When it will start at Dubai Media City?

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    • We’ve just added a route map for the Dubai Tram system, together with the location of all tram stations. It opens to the general public on November 12 2014. It actually opens on November 11, but that is a VIP-only day.

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  41. The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA is considering adding an additional 25 to 35 trains to the current fleet to cope with increasing numbers of passengers. There are currently 79 trains operating on the Dubai Metro; 61 on the Red Line and 18 on the Green Line.

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  42. My number one tip when booking your hotel in Dubai would be to make sure your hotel is near a metro station. It is the best and safest way to travel around the city. You can get to almost all of the tourist attractions and best malls on the Dubai metro.

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  43. When I visited Dubai a few years ago the Metro wasn’t very busy. Now it seems to be busier and I frequently had to stand. I guess it is a victim of its own success. Nevertheless is it is still quick, clean, and the best way to get around the city.

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    • Yes its still the best way to go around Dubai but you are most likely to travel whilst standing due to all the seats taken. It is very cheap as compared to taxi fares. As for Dubai taxis, nowadays their interiors seem worn-out and dirty and the taxi drivers are not very customer friendly (except for the women taxis). The other option is the Dubai tram or Dubai bus which are kind of slow.

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    • Yeah your right… it’s quick and easy buy the only problem I feel is that it gets far to over crowded more carriages and seats needed I have stand all the time rarely get a seat it’s hard with a 5 year old travelling with me at having to stand.

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  44. The Dubai Metro is very clean and cheap. The passes were excellent value. The stations have beautiful interiors and are very modern. It is very simple to use. It got a little busy at rush hour though you can avoid this with a little planning.

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  45. Like others have said, it would be greatly improved if the lines were to start earlier. The Metro itself is good. It is just a shame about the people who use it. They lack common sense and manners. In Dubai all the damn Indian try to pile on to the train before waiting for passengers to get off first. Typical Indians letting the world down.

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    • It’s much worse on the London Underground or the Kiev Metro. People behave far better on the Dubai Metro than on other systems around the world.

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      • In London people know to wait for passengers to get off first before running on. In Dubai they lack this common sense!

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        • That is because the metro just stops for a brief period at every station. There’s hardly enough time for people to alight and board especially during rush hours when the cabins are full. So you can’t blame them.

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        • Lol, that’s not the case…at busy times I have seen ppl being rude and aggressive.

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        • Then, you get the hell out of Dubai and go back to your much-adored London! Has anyone invited you here?

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    • Your own ilk is letting the whole universe down. Much worse than what the ‘Indians’ are doing!

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  46. Metro is great value and fast. Timings should be earlier, starting at 5 am in the mornings as many people have to be in places for 6 am. From TECOM to Dubai International Airport takes over an hour.

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    • As a matter of fact, I supported your view for metro to start by 5am. This will go a long way in helping the people to reach their work places on time especially those that need to clock in by 6am. Also, it would be more appreciated if the train could start earlier on Fridays .

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  47. Dubai Metro is a great transport system for every one in the city. It would be more helpful if the morning timing would move earlier from 6 am to 5.30 am for employees like me that start at 7 am sharp.

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  48. The Metro is a great way to get around the city. It’s clean and all the signs are in English. It’s closed on Friday mornings though so don’t plan on using it then.

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  49. The Dubai Metro is efficient, fast, and spotlessly clean. It was very easy to use and took us everywhere we wanted. There really is no need to hire a car in Dubai.

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