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Today is the inauguration of Dubai Metro. The Dubai Metro is a driverless, fully automated metro network in the United Arab Emirates. It has free Wi-Fi access, 3000 CCTV cameras, sophisticated cabins, complete mobile phone coverage across the entire metro network, Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system, Wayside Obstacle Detection, air conditioned cabins and walkways.

Interactive map: Dubai Metro and feeder bus system


View Dubai Metro in a larger map


The train layout has five segments. Four segments are the standard cabins and the remaining segment is divided into two parts, women and children cabin, and gold class cabin. It is said that the metro can carry more than 700 passengers. The Dubai goverment impose Laws to protect the Metro.

 • Using public transport means, facilities and services without the payment of specific tariffs.
• Using another person’s card.
• Destroying, damaging or tampering with devices, equipment or seats of public transport means, facilities and services.
• Eating and drinking in prohibited areas, specifically inside the train.
• Causing inconvenience or discomfort to users of public transport means, facilities and services.
• Smoking within public transport means, facilities and services.
• Carrying alcoholic drinks inside the public transport means, facilities and services.
• Resting feet on seats.
• Spitting, littering or performing any act that would contaminate public transport means,facilities and services.
• Selling or advertising of goods or services within the public transport means, facilities and services.
• Entering into any prohibited area of public transport means, facilities or services.
• Opening or attempting to open any doors of public transport means, whilst train or bus is in motion.
• Entering or sitting in places allocated to specific categories, while holding a different ticket.
• Bringing animals onto public transport means,facilities and services, except guide dogs for the
visually challenged.
• Operating or using any security or safety tools or means, including the emergency exits other than
in cases of emergency.

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