Dubai Metro Map With Expo 2020 New Route
This is an improved Dubai Metro Map With Expo 2020 New Route that shows the stations on both the Red Line, Green Line, and Route 2020. It likewise shows the vehicle zones that the stations lie in. The zone data is valuable for computing tolls.
The Red Line will have 29 stations, including 24 raised, 4 underground, and one at the ground level.
There will be two depots at Union Square and The Burjuman Center where the Green and Red Lines will cross one another and travelers will be capable to change the metro. The Red Line is 52.1 km long, including 4.7 km underground.
The Green Line of Dubai Metro begins at Etisalat and closures at Creek (By Dubai Festival Center). The Green line has 20 stations and serves basically territories in Deira (The old Dubai).
Expo 2020 Route is an expansion of the Dubai Metro. It interfaces Jebel Ali Metro Station (Formerly known as Nakheel Harbor and Tower) to the Expo 2020 site
The project brings the Dubai Metro to communities such as The Gardens, Discovery Gardens, Al Furjan, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Dubai Investment Park.
The line is 15 km long 11.8 km raised and 3.2 km underground. The underground tunnel will run from Al Furjan to the Green Community.
Schematic Dubai Metro Map
Dubai Metro Lines Route
- RED LINE is Opened in 2009, The Red Line runs from Rashidiya (near Dubai International Airport) to UAE Exchange (formerly Jebel Ali). All 29 stations are now open.
- GREEN LINE is Opened In 2011 The Green Line runs from Etisalat Metro Station in Al Qusais to Creek in Al Jaddaf. All 20 stations are now operational.
- ROUTE 2020 Opening in 2020 Route 2020 is a 15 km extension of the Dubai Metro. It will run from Jebel Ali Metro Station to the Expo 2020 site.
Dubai Metro Route 2020: 4 New Stations Opening From January 1,2021
Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that Route 2020, the extension of the Dubai Metro line from Jebel Ali Station to Expo 2020 station, would start commercial operation on January 1, 2021.
“RTA celebrates the New Year by starting the operation of Route 2020, which serves densely populated districts inhabited by 270,000 persons such as The Gardens, Discovery Gardens, Al Furjan, Jumeirah Golf Real Estates, and the Dubai Investment Park as well as the site of Dubai Expo.
The selection of stations for operation on the first of January was based on several perimeters namely the density of population nearby the station, anticipated number of riders, commercial activities in the area served by the stations, and the link with other public transit means at each station.
“The opening of Route 2020 for the public follows the successful completion of four operational tests and trials that included the static test of metro carriages and systems, test of the rolling stock without passengers, the operational trial to check the system reliability and stability, and the operational trials carried out by the operator of the metro service to verify the readiness before the start of the commercial service,” explained Al Tayer.
Service Timings Of Dubai Metro Route 2020
“The first journey on Route 2020 will start from Jabal Ali Station to Al Furjan Station and in the opposite direction. Journeys will start at 5:00 am and end at 12:00 (midnight) from Saturday to Wednesday.
On Thursday, the first journey will start at 05:00 am, and the last journey will start at 01:00 am, (of the following day).
On Friday, the first journey will start at 10:00 am and the last one will be at 01:00 am (of the following day).
The journey between Jabal Ali and Al Furjan stations takes about six minutes. The service frequency (headway) will be 10 minutes at a rate of six trains per hour. The route can serve 4,176 riders per hour per direction,” noted Al Tayer.
“Nineteen buses on four routes will serve Route 2020 stations to ease the mobility of riders from and to each station. Two of these routes will call at The Gardens Station, and the other two at Al Furjan Station. The taxi service will be available at the operating stations,” he added
Jebel Ali Station:-
All the four operating stations are elevated stations. The first is the Jebel Ali Station, an interchange station with the Red Line. The station spans 8800 square meters in area and extends 150 meters in length. It can serve 17000 riders per hour during peak times and 320,000 riders per day. The station has four rail boarding platforms, four bus stands, 17 taxi stands and seven parking slots for people of determination. It also offers eight outlets of 388 square meters for commercial investment.
The Gardens Station:-
The second is the Gardens station covering 8100 square meters in area and extending 168 meters in length. It can serve 6770 riders per hour during peak times and 125,000 riders per day. The station has two rail boarding platforms, four bus stands, 20 taxi stands and two parking slots for people of determination. It also offers five outlets of 161 square meters for commercial investment.
Discovery Gardens Station:-
The third is the Discovery Gardens which spans an area of 8600 square meters and extends 168 meters in length. It can serve 6770 riders per hour during peak times and 125,000 riders per day. The station has two rail boarding platforms, four bus stands, 20 taxi stands and two parking slots for people of determination. It also offers four outlets of 149 square meters for commercial investment.
Al Furjan Station:-
The fourth is Al Furjan station spanning 8400 square meters in area and extending 168 meters in length. It can serve 6770 riders per hour during peak times and 125,000 riders per day. The station has two rail boarding platforms, four bus stands, 20 taxi stands and two parking slots for people of determination. It also offers four outlets of 149 square meters for commercial investment.
Capacity Of Route 2020
Route 2020 has a capacity of 46,000 riders per hour in both directions (23,000 riders per hour per direction). RTA’s studies anticipate the number of riders using Route 2020 to reach 125,000 riders per day in 2021, and increase to 275,000 riders per day by 2030. Studies also reveal that Expo Station is expected to serve about 35,000 daily visitors of Expo during weekdays, and the number to increase to 47,000 daily visitors during weekends. This number accounts for 29 per cent of the total expected number of daily visitors to Expo