Dubai inaugurated its metro network in September 2009, becoming the first urban metro network to run in the Gulf’s Arab states. In This Article You can Find about Dubai Metro Timings, Maps, Line & Route

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Dubai Metro connecting the city from Jebel Ali in the south right through to the northern end of the emirate to Rashidiya, near Dubai International Airport. In this guide, you will find Dubai Metro timings, prices, fares, stations, rules and fines.

By the end of 2020, Dubai will have 56 individual Metro stations split across the Red Line and Green Line, with seven new stations set to open in September 2020, ultimately connecting the Dubai Expo site to the rest of the Red Line.

All Dubai Metro cabins, across the entire network, offer free wi-fi, and trips are paid for using Nol cards (like Oyster cards in London, or MetroCards in New York), which hold a balance and can be topped up at kiosks or machines inside Metro stations.

Dubai Metro Lines

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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 Timings

All Dubai Metro Red Line stations are serviced between the following times:
Sat-Wed 5am-midnight
Thu 5am-1am (following day)
Fri 10am-1am (following day)

All Dubai Metro Green Line stations are serviced between the following times:
Sat-Wed 5.30am-midnight
Thu 5.30am-1am (following day)
Fri 10am-1am (following day)

The average shortest wait for a Dubai Metro train is around three minutes and 45 seconds during peak (rush-hour) times, while the longest wait during off-peak times is around seven minutes.

Dubai Metro Timings are subject to change during public holidays and celebrations, such as Eid and New Year’s Eve, when Dubai Metro services typically run longer hours to accommodate increased volumes of passengers.