News Dubai's tram services to resume on May 13

Dubai’s tram services to resume on May 13

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The Roads and Transport Services (RTA) announce the resumption of tram services in Dubai from May 13.

In a tweet, RTA also announced the resumption of marine transport services on the same date.

“Dubai tram, marine transport and shared transport will resume regular service as of Wednesday, May 13. Proactive and preventive health measures will remain eforced including physical distancing, especially aboard public transport means and in stations,” RTA added.

Meanwhile, commuters are required to wear masks to ensure emaximum protection of both riders and operators.

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