UAE is set to become the world’s first city to offer a free public transportation service.
Dubai’s metro system will open for business on Tuesday after a lengthy legal battle over a decision to bar the country’s public transport operator from operating the metro system in Dubai.
Dubay airport will open to passenger trains as early as Tuesday, when a new service will run between the airport and the capital, which is scheduled to open to the public in 2020.
The new service is expected to run in phases to allow passengers to board more frequent trains between the two airports.
Dubairis metro system is one of the world, the largest in the world with more than 7 million people.
Dubia has the second largest population in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) after Dubai, with an estimated 2.6 million people living in the emirate.
The metro system was originally planned to open in 2016, but a number of issues with the project have been a hindrance to its opening, including a delay in the construction of the first phase, the construction site has not been completed and it has been over a year since the first metro train was installed.
It was only after Dubai officials launched a public campaign for public support to encourage private investment in the project that the metro was delayed to 2019.
After that, the project was re-started in 2020 and has since been a success story for Dubai.
In 2020, Dubai launched the first free public transport service in the Arab world with a pilot service.
The city also started to introduce a number free public buses to cover major tourist destinations in the country.
As part of the initiative, the metro will operate from 6pm to 8pm every day on a regular schedule to provide more service to commuters and improve travel times.
Dubai also plans to introduce another free public bus service in 2019 that will run from 6:30pm to 9:30am daily.
In 2019, Dubai was ranked among the top ten cities in the World for its accessibility to public transport.