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Dubai tram has carried 52 million passengers since its launch in November 2014 – News

Published: Saturday, November 11, 2023, 4:45 p.m.

The Dubai Tram has served some 52 million passengers and traveled 5.3 million kilometers over the past nine years, following its launch on November 11, 2014, the Roads and Transport Authority announced on Saturday.

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“These improvements made the tram a more efficient, reliable and safe mode of transit, making it attractive to residents and tourists,” the RTA said, adding: “These achievements are a testament to the smooth transportation of passengers and the improved user experience and satisfaction levels. of tram passengers.”

Integral part

The 14.5 kilometer Dubai Tram, which runs along Al Sufouh Road from Dubai Marina to Palm Jumeirah and Al Sufouh, is an integral part of Dubai’s public transport network, linking Dubai Metro and Palm Monorail.

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The Dubai Tram serves Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Beach Residence and Al Sufouh Road, passing through Dubai Media City, Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Knowledge Park, helping to ease traffic congestion in these popular tourist areas.

According to RTA, Dubai Tram is considered the first tram project outside Europe powered by a ground-based electrical supply system that extends along the track, thereby eliminating the need for catenary (hanging) cables.

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