posted on 31/07/2012: 796 views
Four express trains will serve Dubai Metro's Red Line from October, cutting the total travel time by 10 minutes.
The trains, two each from Rashidiya and Jebel Ali, will run during morning peak hours and will stop only at 13 out of 27 stations on the Red Line.
The first two trains will start from both sides at 5:30am while the next two trains will start at 5:40am, following which the normal services will begin at 5:50am.
The service is being introduced on a trial basis for five months and is likely to be continued depending on the feedback. – Gulf News
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