Health Dubai limits passengers to 138 each train; closes travellators

Dubai limits passengers to 138 each train; closes travellators

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The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has implemented stringen measures to limit ridership and prevent the spread of coronavirus at the same time.

Starting today, each train will be limited to a total of 138 passengers (seating capacity) and 72 passengers on each tram.

RTA staff will be deployed on different metro stations to monitor the occupancy of the passengers.

According to a Khaleej Times report, travellators have already been closed and only use of the elevators and escalators have been minimized.

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