Dubai updates metro, taxi, and buses new timings starting...

Dubai updates metro, taxi, and buses new timings starting tomorrow


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The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai announced the new timing schedule of its services starting tomorrow or during the National Sterilization Programme.

Metro will operate from Saturday to Thursday starting 7am up to 11pm; on Fridays, it will operate from 10am to 11pm.

For public buses, fare will return to normal and it will be available from 6am to 10pm.

Taxi service will return to normal and available 24/7 with the usual fare.

Public parking service returns to normal during Ramadan.

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