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Dubai’s RTA also announces timings of public transport modes and its services during the public holiday

All public parking areas in Dubai, except multi-level terminals, will be free to use on Thursday, October 29, on the occasion of the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai announced the free parking along with the timings of its services.

Yesterday, authorities in Abu Dhabi announced free parking on the day. Sharjah, too, announced free parking in most areas.

Meanwhile, Dubai’s RTA has also announced the timings of public transport modes and its services during the public holiday.

>> Dubai Metro, Tram

The Red Line of the Dubai Metro will operate from 5am to 1am (of the following day); the Green Line from 5.30am to 1am. The tram will operate from 6am to 1am.

>> Dubai buses

– Main stations: 4.25am to 12.29am

– Al Ghubaiba station: 4.14am to 12.58am

– Sub-stations: 4.45am to 11pm, except for Route C01 which will be operating around the clock from Satwa

– Al Qusais station: 4.31am to 12.08am

– Al Quoz Industrial station: 5.05am to 11.35pm

– Jebel Ali station: 4.58am to 11.30pm

– Metro Link Bus Service at Rashidiya, Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta, Dubai Mall/Burj Khalifa, Abu Hail, and Etisalat will be in service from 5am to 12.10am

>> Inter-city buses and commercial coaches

– Subsidiary stations from the Union Square to Sharjah: 6.35am to 1.05am

– Abu Hail to Sharjah: 6am to 11pm

– Union Square to Ajman: 4.25am to 11pm

– Etisalat to Ajman: 5am to 11pm

>> Service centres

Will be closed on October 29





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