Five new bus routes will be announced in Dubai

Five new bus routes will be announced in Dubai. Dubai’s transport sector is state-of-the-art and convenient. That is why large numbers of people travel on public sector buses and trains. These buses are also comfortable and take passengers to their destination at high speed. The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has announced the launch of new routes to cater to millions of passengers.
The RTA says five new bus routes are starting in Dubai from June 1, while six old routes are being extended to the next area. The initiative has provided thousands more people with cheap and comfortable daily travel. However, one route has been canceled. The details of the new routes are as follows:
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Route No. 14 will start from Oud Metha and end at Al-Safa. The journey will take 20 minutes.

Route No. 23 will start from Oud Metha and end at Al-Nahda 1. The duration of the journey will be 30 minutes.

Route No. 26 will start from Oud Metha and end at Business Bus Station 2. The journey duration is 20 minutes. However, this route will remain closed on Friday.

Route number F50 is a Metro Link service for which buses will run from Dubai Investment Park Metro Station and end at Dubai Investment Park Complex 2.The journey will be completed in 30 minutes.

Five new bus routes will be announced in Dubai

۔ Route No. F51 is also a MetroLink service starting from Dubai Investment Park Metro Station and ending at Dubai Investment Park Complex 1. This route takes 20 minutes.

Route F51 and F52 will facilitate passengers in both the Central Business Districts of Dera and Bur Dubai.
In addition, there are six routes that have been extended to the following causes, the details of which are as follows:
Route 20 has been extended to the Fly Dubai head office in Versailles.
Route F09 will now end at Circular One instead of Al Wasl Park.
The last stop on routes F14, F19A and F19B will now be the New Business Bay 2 bus station.
Route X23 buses will run from Oud Metha station in off-time.
In addition, the RTA has improved the timetable for the following 28 routes:
Routes 20, 61D, 66, 91, 91A, 95, C03, C05, C18, E303, E306, E307, E307A, F03, F09, F14, F19A, F19B, F49, F50, F51, F55, F61, F70, X23 , X25, X92, and X94.
The Roads and Transport Authority has canceled Route C14, and passengers traveling on this route will now use alternative routes 14 and 23.

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