Dubai's RTA announces four new bus routes


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Some existing routes are being improved as well.

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Published: Mon 14 Oct 2019, 3:09 PM

Last updated: Sun 22 Mar 2020, 1:31 PM

The Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is all set to launch four new bus routes and introduce improvements to many others by October 20.

The routes are as follows:

Route 321: From bus stop of Dubai Silicon Oasis High B to the lake of Dubai Silicon Oasis to serve the Dubai Silicon Oasis at a frequency of 30 minutes during peak hours.

Route J03: From Dubai Studio City to Damac Hills to serve the two communities at a 60-minute frequency.

Route J04: From Dubai Studio City to Remram to serve communities in between.

Route F70 (Metro link service): From Burjuman Metro Station to Dubai Museum to serve tourist areas such as Al Fahidi Heritage Village and Dubai Museum.

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Routes that will be improved:

> The path of Route X22 from Al Qusais Industrial Area 2 to the Business Bay MS will change to pass along Happiness Street.

> The path of Route 91 commuting between Gold Souq Station and Jebel Ali Bus Station will be changed to serve the Business Bay MS in both directions.

> Route 98E from Al Quoz Bus Station to Satwa will also witness a change and the service will not enter Satwa Bus Station. Riders on this route are requested to use bus stops nearby Satwa Bus Station.

> RTA will also stretch the path of Route 7 to Al Quoz Bus Station and the service will not enter Satwa Bus Station. Riders are requested to use bus stops nearby Al Bida'a Bus Stop.

> Route 34 will be operational on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and the service frequency will be 30 minutes.

> Route 95A and Route 56 will be operating on all weekdays and the service intervals will be every 120 minutes.

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