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Dubai Metro JLT station to be renamed DMCC

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Be prepared to relearn the name of the Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) Metro station. From September 1, the station will officially be renamed Dubai...

Dubai Metro expands to three more stations, increasing ridership

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The three stations – GGICO in Al Garhoud, Noor Islamic Bank station in Al Quoz, and the World Trade Center station – help provide access points to the metro for commuters from a range of professions, from construction workers to financial employees.

Metro station eases visits to Al Quoz

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Shajahan and Sujith had never been to visit their friends in Al Quoz before yesterday when, for the first time, they took the Dubai Metro to the recently opened Noor Islamic Bank station.

The new stations started receiving passengers as the metro operations started...

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The new stations started receiving passengers as the metro operations started early morning at 6am. The newly opened stations included: World Trade Centre, GGICO in Al Garhoud and Noor Islamic Bank (Al Qouz) on Shaikh Zayed Road.

Three more Metro stations open today

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Dubai Metro will serve an additional 13,000-14,000 people daily from May 15 as three more stations open at prime locations - two on Shaikh Zayed Road and one in Al Garhoud.

New facilities add zing to Metro

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The seven new stations opening today would be: Emirates, Airport Terminal 1, Al Karama, Emirates Towers, Dubai Internet City, Marina and Ibn Battuta. Three other stations scheduled to open on May 15 are: GGICO, World Trade Centre and Al Qouz.

10 more Dubai Metro stations by mid-May

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Mattar Al Tayer, RTA chairman, said: “The consortium undertaking Dubai Metro project is set to complete work on the remaining 18 stations on the Red Line on April 25, 2010 and seven stations — Emirates, Airport Terminal 1, Al Karama, Emirates Towers, Dubai Internet City, Marina and Ibn Battuta — will be opened on April 30, 2010.

Tests mean delay for seven new Dubai Metro stations

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The stations will not take passengers until April 30 because a dozen new trains are set to launch at the same time and require a few more days of testing, said Peyman Younes Parham, director of the RTA’s corporate marketing and communications department.

April launch for seven Metro stops

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Seven of the remaining 18 incomplete Metro stations will open on April 25, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced yesterday. By then, construction will be complete on all 29 stations on the Red Line. However, of the near-finished stations, only Emirates, Airport Terminal 1, GGICO, Al Karama, World Trade Centre, Marina and Ibn Battuta will be ready for passengers.