“These changes are intended to serve the interest of the public who are the backbone of any project we seek to achieve and through them we can upgrade our services to world-class standards” said Adnan Al Hamadi, CEO of the RTA’s Rail Agency.
According to the statement, the metro will run from 6am to 11pm Saturday to Wednesday, 6am to midnight Thursdays and 1pm to midnight Fridays.
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Melanius Oct 18, 2010 04:01 pm
I still feel RTA needs to revise the timings and keep the extended timing as a daily affair rather than just the weekend.A lot of the working people do still close shops late, and people do go put on Friday mornings many only have that as their weekly day off and need to make the most of it but can't afford to always.
Ahmed Faraz Oct 14, 2010 07:44 am
Thats really nice to hear that news. i am really glad to hear this.