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First of the new metro trains arrive in Dubai, the train...
The manufacturer will continue supplying the remaining trains in batches, and the last one is expected to arrive by the end of October 2019. The...
Qatar Rail Signs New Agreements to Purchase 35 Additional Trains
Qatar Railways Company announced that it signed an agreement to procure 35 additional trains for the Doha Metro project, making the total number of...
Video: Dubai Metro to get more trains, major upgrades
A delegation from the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), headed by Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of...
Japan's Maglev Train Sets Speed Record by Going 603km/h
At a time when the Indian government is considering bringing bullet trains into the country; which will have a top speed of 350km/h, Japan is redefining the way people travel by train.
Phase 2 of Etihad Rail on track
The government has released Dh700 million as an initial allotment to start construction on the second phase of the Etihad Rail project, Minister of Public Works Abdullah Bel Haif Al Nuaimi said.
Metro station gets chaotic at rush hour
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai take all the necessary effort to provide the best possible facilities and comfort for Dubai Metro users. However, commuters sometimes forget to follow the rules and maintain discipline. Chaotic scenes are seen at major Metro junctions during peak hours, when people jostle to get into the trains without leaving any space for the passengers who have to alight from the train at the same time.
New Dubai Metro timings for Eid, weekends
Complementing the Eid in Dubai celebrations, the metro will operate from 5:30am to 4am on October 18 and on October 25, 27 and 28 to coincide with the Eid holidays, and on November 1. On Fridays during this period, the trains will run from 10am to 4am. Trains will continue with normal operation hours on weekdays.
Mobile & Wireless Photos: How Dubai's driverless trains get their wi-fi
How to get from A to B without losing C: Connectivity...