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Dubai OFW Slapped with AED 300 Fine for Falling Asleep in the Metro

A Filipino based in Dubai got recently called out and fined by authorities for taking a quick nap on the Dubai Metro. Though it’s something hard to resist, especially after coming from or going to work early in the morning, the city has made it clear that such behavior is considered inappropriate and unacceptable, and… Read more

man filipina grope

A 33-year old foreign national who allegedly groped a female passenger at the Dubai Metro was sentenced to three months’ jail by the Dubai Court of First Instance on Thursday (August 2). Also Read: 21 Things First-Time Dubai Visitors Should Know about the UAE Sexual harassment in the UAE whether done in public or at… Read more

RTA to Relocate Metro Cabins for Women

If you’re a regular commuter on the Dubai Metro, be informed that over the next two months, the Rail Agency of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will be relocating the Women & Children’s Metro Cabins in all existing trains. ALSO READ: How to Travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi via Public Bus Transport The Women… Read more

metro burj khalifa at the top discount

Raise your hands if you’ve always wanted to take photos from the top of Burj Khalifa (me, me!). Well, now is your chance to visit the tallest tower in the world — and get a huge discount! The entrance fee to the observation deck of the Burj Khalifa is now at 50 percent off for Dubai Metro… Read more

Dubai Metro DMCC, IBN Battuta Line Soon to be Back in Service

With the on-going construction work for the additional lines for the 2020 Expo in Dubai showing rapid progress, public riders can expect that the city’s metro rail system will only get better from this point forward. ALSO READ: PHOTOS: Pavilion Designs of Different Countries at Expo 2020 Dubai This is the vision backed by the… Read more

Dubai Metro to Offer Whole-day Service on New Year

Going home on New Year’s Day is oftentimes a struggle because you’d expect people (including public transport staff) to be out and celebrating, just like everyone else. Also Read: Metro Stations in Dubai So, with everyone out on the streets celebrating, it’s quite tricky to go out with a car on big holiday events such… Read more

Burj Khalifa, KhalifaSat Among this Year's UAE Pioneer Awardees

The Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, recently honoured this year’s UAE Pioneer Awardees, which include the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Metro, Emirates, KhalifaSat, and other winners. The UAE Pioneers Awards was founded in 2014 to recognise outstanding companies, organisations, and attractions across the emirates.… Read more

Without a doubt, Dubai has one of the most extensive public transportation systems in the world, including the metro, tram, public buses, and water buses. What’s even more amazing is that all of these can be accessed using a safe and convenient payment system: the Nol Card. Nol is a smart card that you can… Read more

Dubai Metro commuters, please be advised, as part of the Route 2020 development, the Dubai Metro Red Line between Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) and Ibn Battuta Stations will be closed until next year. Not to worry, though, as the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is offering a free and alternative bus service instead. The arrangement… Read more

More and more people are riding public transportation these days. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that for the first quarter of 2017, the number of passengers riding the Dubai Metro and public buses has increased compared to last year. The Dubai Metro lifted a total of 51.371 million riders from January to March… Read more


Dubai has a non-stop development plan for the entire city. The RTA (Road & Transport Authority) has launched an application to help commuters in their day to day public transportation and drivers in Dubai who are always on the road. Download the application RTA Dubai & the other corresponding apps and you will see all related… Read more


With a canal weaving through the heart of Dubai, buses and taxis running more often between cities and deserts looped with cycle tracks for the travelers, it goes without saying that the transportation in the Emirate has been going from one milestone to another. Enjoying a significant position as the region’s hub for international trade… Read more

dubai metro friday schedule

Starting October 2, the Dubai Metro’s operational hours every Friday will start at 10am instead of the usual 1pm. This is great news to tourists and residents during Friday weekends who are traveling in Dubai on this day of the week. Having an earlier time for the metro to operate on Fridays makes a faster… Read more