Today, tram and rental services with joint mobility vehicles and maritime transport trips in Dubai are back to work today, with the exception of the lines that operate on the Dubai Water Canal, cruise cruises and line trips that link the Al Ghubaiba station in Dubai and the aquarium in Sharjah.

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority announced the operation of the tram service, marine means of transportation, including Dubai Ferry, water taxi, traditional and air-conditioned abras, and rental vehicles with a common mobility system, according to the times set by the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai.

It confirmed the restarting of 400 rental vehicles with the joint mobility system, with a commitment to apply all precautionary measures such as sterilization and disinfection on an ongoing basis, and obliging users to wear masks and apply physical spacing.

According to the authority, the Dubai tram has resumed its daily journeys as usual from today, according to a schedule of flights that runs from Saturday to Thursday from 7 am to 11 pm, and on Friday from 10 am to 11 pm, calling on passengers to plan in advance before heading to the tram stations and presence At the station 30 minutes before the flight date, to prevent delay due to the application of precautionary measures that require additional time to ensure that the entry of passengers to stations and train cars is organized in a manner that guarantees their protection and safety of their health.

And it is possible to plan a safe and fast trip, before leaving the house by following up the appointments through the #Shail application before heading to the metro stations or buses, which can be downloaded via the following link

It is allowed to use public transportation in Dubai according to the precautions that were applied as a precautionary measure to limit the spread of the new Corona virus. The mandatory requirements include wearing a muzzle and being obligated to leave a safe distance with others during the use of transportation and while in its facilities, in addition to using gloves and sterilizers continuously and obeying the instructions of supervisors and drivers.

Public transportation in Dubai from metro, buses, trams and maritime transport has witnessed during the past weeks adjustments in the size of the provision of its services, its capacity and its working times, including reducing operating hours and periods of suspension for several weeks, especially for maritime transport that has been suspended from service for more than 6 weeks .

The Director General and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai, Matar Al Tayer, announced a few days ago that global practices stressed the need to continue to provide public transport services, which are a major artery for the continued work of some vital sectors. He pointed to the recommendation of those studies to reduce operating hours and the volume of absorptive capacity during the current circumstances, pointing to reducing cities such as Brussels, the duration of public transport operation and its capacity by 30%, while the percentage in the American city of New Jersey reached 50%, compared to the city of Paris in which the ratio varied between 30 to 50%.

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