Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) urged metro commuters to change metro line while taking the Expo 2020 route at Jabal Ali station.
The RTA tweeted, “Metro users heading to Expo 2020, please change line at Jebel Ali metro station.”
The authorities did not specify any details; however it has been told to avoid delay in reaching the Expo sites.
Ever since the launch of the route Expo 2020, metro users going to Expo did not have to change any line.
The route has made easier for public to reach the Expo site.
The RTA will update about the route Expo 2020 in due course of time.
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