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United Arab Emirates: Use public transport? Here’s how to read the Dubai Metro map – News

Published: Tuesday, February 6, 2024, 1:21 p.m.

Last update: Tuesday, February 6, 2024, 1:23 p.m.

Are you new to using the public transportation system in Dubai? Initially, it may not be easy to navigate the Dubai Metro.

However, it is relatively easy to read the map and understand how to get somewhere and how much the fare will cost.

There are currently two lines on the Dubai Metro: the Red Line and the Green Line, which connect to different parts of the city.


The Dubai map has been divided into 7 zones. Both lines cover five areas of the city; Each zone tells you the general location and the fee that will be charged on the Nol card.

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The five zones are: 1, 2, 3, 6 and 5. The red line runs through all zones, while the green zone provides greater connectivity in zones 6 and 5.

Travelers will be charged varying amounts depending on the areas they cover. Take a look at zone-based rates below:


The Dubai Metro has 55 stations of which 35 are on the Red Line and 20 on the Green Line.

The Red Line goes in two directions: towards Expo 2020 and towards Centrepoint (Rashidiya). The Green Line operates between Creek and Etisalat via e& (Al Nahda).

Check out the full map below:

The red line is marked in red and the green line is marked in green. The interchange stations (BurJuman and Union) are marked in both colors: red and green.

Station names are written in blue and zones are indicated with numbers.

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