RTA Metro Stations in Dubai

The RTA metro is a convenient way to access the key locations of Dubai. If you’re planning to travel around the city, this is the fastest option for you. Although there are other zones in the city that do not have metro access yet, the best bet in those areas are public buses.

If you have some extra cash, taking a Dubai Taxi (at 3.50 AED starting rate) is the next convenient option. For now, there are only two lines in the Road Transport Authority (RTA) Metro Public Station; these are the Red Line and the Green Line. Below is a compiled list of present stations of the Metro.

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Waiting for the Metro Train

List of RTA Metro Red Line Stations

  • Rashidiya
  • Emirates
  • Airport Terminal 3
  • Airport Terminal 1
  • Deira City Centre
  • Al Rigga
  • Union (connecting to Green Line)
  • Burjuman (connecting to Green Line)
  • Al Karama
  • Al Jafiliya
  • World Trade Centre
  • Emirates Towers
  • Financial Centre
  • Burj Khalifa
  • Business Bay
  • Al Quoz
  • First Gulf Bank
  • Mall of the Emirates
  • Sharaf DG
  • Dubai Internet City
  • Nakheel
  • Dubai Marina
  • Jumeirah Lake Towers
  • Nakheel Harbour and Towers
  • Ibn Battuta
  • Energy
  • Jebel Ali Industrial
  • Jebel Ali

List of RTA Metro Green Line Stations

  • Al Qusais 2 Station
  • Al Qusais 1 Station
  • Airport Free Zone Station
  • Al Nahda Station
  • Stadium Station
  • Al Quiadah Station
  • Abu Hail Station
  • Abu Baker Al Siddique Station
  • Salahuddin Station
  • Union Square Station (connecting to Red Line)
  • Baniyas Square Station
  • Palm Deira Station
  • Al Ras Station
  • Al Ghubaiba Station
  • Saeediya Station
  • Khalid Bin Waleed Station (connecting to Red Line)
  • Oud Metha Station
  • Health Care City Station
  • Jeddaf 1 Station
  • Jeddaf 2 Station

Take note that this is a public transport and also has a set of rules and guidelines to follow. If you do not behave accordingly, there will be corresponding fees to be paid. From as low as 200 Dirhams to as high as 1000 Dirhams. If you want to know the Metro Fines, check out this link.

Metro Purple Line Coming Soon

In the next couple of years, it announced that a Purple Line will be constructed. This is good news as this gives the people of Dubai another option to save on public transportation costs. I can’t wait for it to be set up soon!

Fore more Dubai RTA metro updates, visit http://dubaimetro.eu/

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