The Al Ghubaiba bus station.
PHOTO BY RTA
DUBAI – Dubai’s “new generation” bus station has opened in Al Ghubaiba, with no less than Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum taking the first bus ride.
Here’s all you need to know
It is a new generation bus station in Dubai offering state-of-the-art public transport solutions.
Al Ghubaiba Bus Station has a total area of 2,452 square metres
You will see six buildings with offices, customer service areas, retail outlets and restaurants, in addition to 50 parking slots for buses, 48 parking slots for cars, a stand for 34 taxis and 60 docking stations for bicycles.
The station can handle up to 15,000 passengers per day with an estimated number of 10,500 passengers per day.
You can try the alternative transportation for hire, such as bicycles and e-scooters.
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