What are the Dubai Metro timings?

What are the Dubai Metro timings?

Dubai Metro: Green Line and Red Line
Monday to Thursday 5:00 AM to 1:15 AM (next day)
Friday to Saturday 5:00 AM to 2:15 AM (next day)
Sunday 8:00 AM to 1:15 AM (next day)

Is there a Metro from Sharjah to Dubai?

The road distance is 42.8 km. How do I travel from Sharjah to Dubai Marina without a car? The best way to get from Sharjah to Dubai Marina without a car is to bus and subway via Deira City Centre Metro Station 2 which takes 1h 8m and costs AED 8 – AED 14.

What is Keolis MHI?

Keolis-MHI. A unique alliance between Keolis and Mitsubishi enabling the Dubai metro and tram network to deliver a state-of-the-art passenger experience for the next 15 years.

Is Metro open today in Dubai?

The Dubai Metro runs seven days a week, and metro stations are open from: Monday to Thursday: 5am to 1.15am (next day) Friday and Saturday: 5am to 2.15am (next day) Sunday: 8am to 1.15am (next day)

When did Dubai Metro open?

September 9, 2009Dubai Metro / Began operation

What time does Dubai Metro close today?

For all lines, The times have been changed due to Expo 2020, from Monday to thursday, Dubai Metro stations will now open at 5 am until 1:15 am the following day and until 2.15 am on Friday and Saturdays. Also on Sunday, the timings will be from 8 am to 01:15 am (the following day).

How long is Sharjah to Dubai?

Sharjah is located around 21 KM away from Dubai so if you travel at the consistent speed of 50 KM per hour you can reach Dubai in 0 hours and 29 minutes. Your Dubai travel time may vary due to your bus speed, train speed or depending upon the vehicle you use.

Is Sharjah bigger than Dubai?

Sharjah is the third largest city in the United Arab Emirates after Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Who is maintaining Dubai Metro?

In March this year, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) awarded a $147m contract to Keolis-MHI, a joint venture led by Keolis including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Mitsubishi Corporation (MC), to operate and provide maintenance of the Dubai Metro.

Who is controlling Dubai Metro?

Keolis MHI Rail Management
Dubai’s metro and tram network has around 64 stations. Credit: asim mohammad from Pixabay. Keolis MHI Rail Management and Operation has assumed the responsibility of running and maintaining Dubai Metro, along with the operation of Dubai Tram from Serco Middle East.

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