The green metro line of the Dubai Metro is 22.5 kilometres long and has a total of 20 metro stations. The green metro line is mainly located in the older part of Dubai around the Dubai Creek and Dubai International Airport. The subways are unmanned and run automatically. The green metro line in Dubai is an ideal way to travel around Dubai. The metro is modern, clean, fast and cheap. The signs are in Arabic and English, which makes it easy to find your way around.
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The Green line metro on the map
As you can see from the metro map above, the green metro line is mainly located in the older part of Dubai. There are 2 metro stations where you can change to the red metro line.
The metro stops on the green metro line in Dubai
Below are the stops of the green metro line.
|Metro station||Highlights nearby|
|G13||Dubai Airport Free Zone|
|G18||Abu Baker Al Siddique|
|G19||Salah Al Din|
|G20||Union, Transfer stop to the Red Line Metro|
|G24||Al Ghubaiba, Transfer stop to the water ferry|
|G26||BurJuman, Transfer stop to the Red Line Metro|
|G28||Dubai Healthcare City|
The prices for the green metro line in Dubai
Travelling by metro is the cheapest way to travel in Dubai.
Timetable green metro line in Dubai
Dubai’s subways run 7 days a week according to a fixed timetable. A metro runs every 6 to 9 minutes. The green metro line runs at the following times:
|Sunday||05:50 to 00:00|
|Monday||05:50 to 00:00|
|Tuesday||05:50 to 00:00|
|Wednesday||05:50 to 00:00|
|Thursday||05:50 to 01:00|
|Friday||10:00 to 01:00|
|Saturday||05:50 to 00:00|