Used by 500,000 people per day, the Dubai Metro is a popular mode of transport for local workers and tourists alike. Dubai’s rail network, which opened in 2009 and has 49 stations, is fully automated with driverless trains operated by British company Serco. Fun Fact: The Dubai Metro was the longest driverless metro network in the World, at 75 kilometres (47 miles) - until its length was surpassed by the Vancouver SkyTrain in Canada, which is only 4.5 kilometers longer
Trainspotting at the Metro Station - Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Trainspotting at the Metro Station

   Copyright © Go To Travel Guides Used by 500,000 people per day, the Dubai Metro is a popular mode of transport for local workers and tourists alike. Dubai’s rail network, which opened in 2009 and has 49 stations, is fully automated with driverless trains operated by British company Serco. Fun Fact: The Dubai Metro was the longest driverless metro network in the World, at 75 kilometres (47 miles) - until its length was surpassed by the Vancouver SkyTrain in Canada, which is only 4.5 kilometers longer

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