The UAE announces the latest updates regarding the work of the tram and metro

Ahmed Moawad - | UAE

The Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai has made the announcement that a number of Dubai Metro stations have resumed their regular operations.

The decision that was made by the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai was a consequence of the suspension that became necessary as a consequence of the rising rainfall that occurred during the most recent depression.

According to the most recent information that has been provided, the Authority has provided an explanation that the Dubai Metro is now running on the Red Line at the following stations: from Centrepoint Station to Business Bay Station, and from Jebel Ali Station to Expo 2020 Station.

The Authority has announced that service on the Red Line of the Dubai Metro has been restored at the Emirates Towers, Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall, Financial Center, and Business Bay stations. Meanwhile, efforts are now being made to progressively restore service at the other stations.

According to the Authority, the Green Line travels from Etisalat Station to Abu Hail Station and from Al Khor Station to Al Ras Station. This information was provided in reference to the Green Line.

The Authority has certified that the Dubai Tram is working normally in accordance with the typical travel schedule, and that all stations are operating at full capacity.

It is important to note that the United Arab Emirates was subjected to a condition of weather changes and terrible weather yesterday, Tuesday, as a result of low rumbling. This caused the Emirates to be subjected to the highest quantities of rainfall since the country's inception.

The tremendous rains that occurred in the Emirates resulted in the closing of streets, the breakdown of cars, the halting of flights, and the transition of government work and academic pursuits to a distant computerized system. There were many planes that appeared at Dubai Airport, and they were flying through water that had collected in significant numbers.

Because of the rain, the runway at Dubai International Airport was transformed into a water, and planes were making their way across it. This was not confined to Dubai Airport; rather, it became hard to stroll around residential districts. Some individuals made jokes on social media sites by stating that boats are required in order to go home.

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