Dubai Metro Map with Green Line Station Routes

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The Dubai Metro Green Line is one of the two lines of the Dubai Metro system, which is a rapid transit rail network that serves Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Green Line runs from Etisalat Station in Al Qusais, in the eastern part of Dubai, to Creek Station in Al Jaddaf, along a 23.6-kilometer route with 20 stations.


Here is the map, list of stations and route of the Dubai Metro Green Line:

Dubai Metro Green Line Map

Dubai Metro Map

Dubai Metro Green Line Stations

Here is a list of stations that are on Green Line.

  1. Etisalat Station
  2. Al Qusais Station
  3. Dubai Airport Free Zone Station
  4. Al Nahda Station
  5. Stadium Station
  6. Al Qiyadah Station
  7. Abu Hail Station
  8. Abu Baker Al Siddique Station
  9. Salah Al Din Station
  10. Union Square Station
  11. Baniyas Square Station
  12. Palm Deira Station
  13. Al Ras Station
  14. Al Ghubaiba Station
  15. Saeediya Station
  16. Khalid Bin Al Waleed Station
  17. Oud Metha Station
  18. Dubai Healthcare City Station
  19. Al Jadaf Station
  20. Creek Station

Dubai Metro Green Line Route

Green Line (Dubai Metro) - Wikipedia

The Green Line of the Dubai Metro starts at Etisalat Station in Al Qusais and goes through Al Nahda, Stadium, and Al Qiyadah before reaching Abu Hail. It then goes through Abu Baker Al Siddique, Salah Al-Din, and Union Square, all located in the Deira district of Dubai.

The line then goes through the central business district of Dubai, passing through Baniyas Square, Palm Deira, Al Ras, and Al Ghubaiba. The line then crosses Dubai Creek and reaches Saeediya Station in Bur Dubai. It then continues to Khalid Bin Al Waleed Station, Oud Metha Station, and Dubai Healthcare City Station before ending at Creek Station in Al Jaddaf.

Dubai Metro Timings 

The Green Line of the Dubai Metro operates from 5:30 a.m. to midnight on weekdays and from 5:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. on weekends. The trains run every 6 minutes during peak hours and every 8 minutes during off-peak hours.

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