Services for Public Transport Users
We keep Dubai moving with our vast array of public transportation services and modes, facilitating millions of commuters, annually. Whether you are looking to recharge your nol card to travel via metro and tram or want to take a trip via bus or taxi or embark on a journey through marine transport modes, everything you need is to know right here.
Take a look at our most popular services related to public transport below.
nol card enables you to pay for the use of various RTA transport modes in Dubai with a single tap. You need to use a nol card to travel via metro, buses, tram and marine transport modes like water buses. In addition to that, you can also use nol card to pay for RTA's paid parking and your groceries(at certain stores) and much more.
Dubai metro is a fully automated rail system operating on two different routes (red and green lines), providing commuters with convenient means of travel, across the emirate of Dubai.
Dubai Tram network, covering a distance of 10.6 Km with 11 stations, links Dubai Metro and the Palm Monorail and runs along Al Sufouh Road and Jumeirah Beach Road, providing commuters with most convenient means of transportation.
Dubai bus service network, with a large fleet of 1,518 buses, cover 87% of the urban area in the Emirate of Dubai. The network comprises of 119 internal lines, including 35 lines linking to metro stations, 12 intercity lines to transport passengers to other emirates, 62 internal lines and 8 fast lines.
Dubai Taxi Fleet comprises of over 3,854 vehicles, operating around the clock, 7 days a week including public and religious holidays, providing a wide range of services, comforts, and customer care via adhering to the highest levels of transportation quality standards.
In pursuit of RTA's efforts to serve Dubai inhabitants, RTA gives paramount consideration to the elements of installation and deployment of modern and traditional marine transport, which implies on various forms that aim to encourage the public on using marine transport such as Abra, the Water bus, the water taxi and Dubai Ferry.
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