Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority has announced that the Red Line of Dubai’s Metro will extend 15 km and add seven new stations from Nakheel Harbour and Tower to the site of Expo 2020, said a report.
The Red Line of
Dubai Metro Red Line extension to the Expo 2020 site will be ready for public use by 2019, said the chairman of Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) on the opening day of a major projects forum in Dubai, UAE.
FCC has been awarded a contract by the Qatar Railways Company to build a section of Doha Metro red line (Qatar) for 506 million euro ($702 million).
The winning consortium led by FCC, the Citizen Services Group, also comprises Arc
The Energy Metro station, located between Danube and Ibn Batuta stations in the Jebel Ali area of Dubai, began operations today.
The station, is the last of the 29 stations on Dubai Metro's Red Line to begi
Dubai metro's second line is on track for commercial operation in August next year but further expansion plans are likely to be revised, a top official of the emirate's rail agency said on Sunday.
'The purple line, blue line...
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai has opened five more stations - Business Bay, First Gulf Bank, Sharaf DG, Nakheel (near American University of Dubai) and Jumeirah Lakes Towers - on the Red Line of the Metro, said a report.
All the 18 stations on the red line of Dubai Metro will become fully operational only by October, said a report citing a Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official.
As per the original plan, the RTA was to open all the red line stations
Dubai Metro, the Middle East’s first fully automated rail transport system and the world’s longest, will be officially launched today (September 9) and will start operations from tomorrow.
Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum
Dubai Metro, the Middle East’s first fully automated rail transport system and the world’s longest, will be officially launched tomorrow (September 9) and will start operations from the next day.
The railway system is being built in two ph