All that You Need to Know About the Dubai Metro Map 2021 PDF


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Dubai's vehicle division delivered a refreshed adaptation of the Dubai Metro Map 2021 PDF as of late, including a few changes to the general plan and a few new stations that have been declared over the course of the last year. Here's beginning and end you really want to be aware of it. In the first place, investigate what the guide resembles now

The New Lines

The greatest change is at Rashidiya, where an expansion of line 1 will fan out in two bearings: one going north and one traveling south. The northern branch will go the whole way to Expo 2020 and add three new stations: Palm Deira, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) and Nakheel Harbor and Tower, with a brief terminal at Ghusais. The southern part of line 1 will go similar to Al Qusais.

Al Qusais Line (Green)

The Al Qusais Line will be 15.1km long, and will serve 18 stations, with a normal everyday ridership of 10,000 travelers. It will run from Mall of Emirates station on Sheik Zayed Road, under Al Barsha and across Sheik Zayed Road itself prior to ending at Arabian Ranches. The line is planned for fulfillment in 2020.

Emirates Road Line (Red)

The Emirates Road Line will cover a distance of 41.6 kilometers from Nakheel Harbor and Tower Station to Shindagha Station, with 29 metro in the middle between. An outing from Nakheel Harbor and Tower Station to Ibn Battuta Mall would require around 51 minutes, for instance. Administration on night hours will be accessible on the two days and evenings.

Deira City Center Line (Blue)

This line will have an extra station (Burj-Al-Arab Jumeirah) and give more access between key regions in Deira. The stations as of now under development incorporate Burjuman, Mall of Emirates, Nad Al Hamar/Nad Al Sheba and Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. The absolute expense of updating Deira's three metro lines is $2.3 billion (AED8 billion). Each of the six stations are supposed to be finished by April 2019.

Nakheel Harbor and Tower Line (Purple)

The Nakheel Harbor and Tower Line of Dubai's Red Line metro, which was declared by His Highness Sheik Mohammed receptacle Rashid Al Maktoum in 2009, has been created by property designer Nakheel and covers a region extending from Burj Khalifa to Jumeirah. The Red Line undertaking will be executed in three stages.

Oud Metha Line (Pink)

The principal period of Oud Metha Line is at present under development and will open in 2018. This is a 7-station line that runs from Marina station in Jebel Ali, down to Al Rashidiya. The augmentation will add three new stations — Zabeel Park, Palm Deira, and Oud Metha — and interface up with Red Line at Union Station. The 4.5km expansion incorporates 11 new rail vehicles that can oblige 1,280 travelers at busy times.

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