Dubai metro first opened tehri station to public in 2009. The metro's are driverless and consist of gold class and two women and children exclusive sections as well. It is now even possible for the visually impaired passengers to use Dubai Metro, alongside ordinary travelers, to their intended destinations in an easy and smooth manner.
Dubai metro has 2 lines:
- Green Line –This line has 29 stations which runs from Etisalat Station to Creek Station
- Red Line – Rashidiya Station to UAE Exchange Station
Below is a Map of Dubai metro.
- Green Line – 5:50 am until midnight Saturday to Wednesday, 5:50 am until 1 am Thursday, 10 am until 1am Friday.
- Red Line – 5:30 am until midnight Saturday to Wednesday, 5:30 am until 1 am Thursday, 10 am until 1am Friday.
You can plan your journey by using the RTA's journey planner here.
Metro tickets and fares.
You need to have a Nol card (contactless card) to be able to travel by Dubai Metro.
The Dubai Metro line is divided into 7 zones. The price for your journey depends on the number of zones travelled during one trip.
There are 4 types of nol cards which are explained in detail below.
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