Dubai Metro Green Line is set for September opening

The Dubai Metro Green Line will be officially opened this September. The line is 23 kilometers long, has an 8 kilometer stretch which runs under the city and links Etisalat station at Al Qusais to Dubai Healthcare City. There will be 13 trains during peak hours and when passenger numbers allow, Al Jadaf and Creek stations will also open. The Green Line connects the north and south of the Old Town along the creek. Tourist can go quickly and cost efficient through the city to the most important sights. From an architectural point of view,  the Metro stations themselves are a sight.                                                                                                                                                   16 new stations have been built for the project, meaning important business, residential and government centres, such as the Airport Free Zone and Naif Souk will now be serviced by the metro system. The new line intersects the red metro line twice, once at Union station and again at Khalid bin Al Waleed station. The former is now the largest underground metro station in the world, with a capacity to handle approximately 22,000 passengers an hour.                                                                                                                          The new stations have been well integrated into Dubai’s current public transport options. For example, Etisalat station has a multi-level car park with 2,350 vehicle spaces, as well as a bus station. Typical UAE traditional features such as wind towers and oriels have been incorporated into the architectural designs, with Al Ras and Al Ghubaiba stations being two good examples.                                                                                                The nearest Metro Stations to Fraser Suites are Sharaf DG (walking distance) and Mall of the Emirates (by our complimentary shuttle Service). Check out our Special Summer rates for some guaranteed subshine! These offers are available on or by contacting

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