At a bus station in Dubai.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – The inter-emirate public bus service between Dubai and Abu Dhabi has resumed after more than a year of being suspended, the Roads and Transport Authority announced on Monday (September 13).
The E101 service stretches from Ibn Battuta near Jebel Ali to Abu Dhabi’s central bus station. The bus makes hourly trips between Dubai and Abu Dhabi and each trip takes one hour and 25 minutes.
At the border, passengers must show the green status on their Alhosn app. Unvaccinated travelers can enter Abu Dhabi after showing a PCR test result taken within 48 hours. ICA/Expat Media
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