You can find on this page the map of Dubaï metro. Dubaï metro, subway, tube or underground is a transit system serving the city of Dubaï (United Arab Emirates) with the tram and the bus. The metro network has 2 lines and 49 stations forming a rail network of 46 miles (75 km).

The Dubai Metro is a fully automatic metro serving the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The first line (red line) was inaugurated on 9 September 2009 at 9 hours 9 minutes and 9 seconds (second in the Arab world) by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai. At 52 km, the red line of the Dubai metro remains the longest driverless metro line in the world. Dubai's metro network is expected to reduce the number of cars on the city's streets. It is also expected to reduce travel time and pollution levels in Dubai.

Dubaï metro which transport 164 millions passengers per year, exist since 2009 and are operated by SERCO / RTA (Roads & Transport Authority).

Its network includes the following 2 lines:

 

  • Red Line : Rashidiya ↔ Jebel Ali
  • Green Line: Etisalat ↔ Creek

 

Dubai's automatic metro is fast, beautiful, clean and economical. If you want to contemplate the city, place yourself in the first car.

The subway in Dubai consists of two lines:

  • The red line starts at Rashidiya, next to the airport and runs through Dubai from north to south until it reaches Jebel Ali. It stops at Burj Khalifa, Mall of the Emirates and Ibn Battuta Mall.
  • The Green Line runs through the most important tourist sites in Deira and Bur Dubai.

Union Square and Bur Juman provide a link between the two metro lines. The fare varies according to the distance travelled. Dubai's metro operates from Saturday to Wednesday from 5:30am to midnight. On Thursdays the hours are between 05:30 and 01:00 and on Fridays from 10:00 to 01:00.

Dubai metro trains feature women-only carriages, family carriages and VIP carriages (called Gold Class). The metro system has three free car parks: Rashidiya, Etisalat and Nalheel Harbour & Tower.