Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has opened Oud Metha Bus Station, the most up to date expansion to transport stations highlighting ultra-modern plan delivering it a model station. It is coordinated with the metro and taxi services as it is only 300 meters off Oud Metha Metro Station.
The station offers another idea in public transport services through incorporated offices like car parks, bicycle racks, office spaces, client assistance regions, exchanging outlets and self-administration booths.
“The new station brags of a cutting edge plan that obliges the requirements of manageability and individuals of assurance, yet cognizant with the personality and state of RTA’s stations. The part of the new stations goes past the predominant idea of driving passengers to include the contribution of coordinated services to passengers, for example, car parks, bicycle racks and the reconciliation with the metro and taxi services,” said Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer, Director-General, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Roads and Transport Authority.
The station traverses a space of 9,640 square meters, arranged in a thickly populated region adjoining the Oud Metha Metro Station, schools, local area clubs and business focuses.
The station is contained a ground floor, three indistinguishable floors and housetop stopping. Its plan is incorporated with the public transport implies nearby as it has assigned spaces for transport stops, taxi stands and private vehicles leaving. The normal number of riders utilizing the station is required to arrive at 10,000 riders each day in future.
Oud Metha Bus Station has bountiful offices that incorporate 9 operational leaving spaces for transports, 11 leaving for unavailable transports, 350 leaving openings for vehicles, 23 bike racks, traveler get and drop-off focuses. It likewise incorporates leaving for pausing and crisis transports, parking spots for taxis, staff and guests, outfitted rest regions for the public, bistro and rest region for drivers, prayer rooms for males and females, staff offices, and public latrines.
The station has retail outlets and investment regions, with assigned for Emirati start-ups in a joint effort with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for SME Development. It additionally has space for self-administration booths and e-pay, nol card machines, transport data show screens, clients bliss’ list, ATMs, rewards and bites candy machines.
The station serves eight transport highways; seven of them serve public transport courses and the other one is a metro interface. 40 transports are sent on these courses, which connection key spots and regions in the city like Dubai Mall, Al Qusais, Burjuman, Dubai Museum, International City, Wafi City, Al Seef, Business Bay, Al Nahda, Al Safa and Al Satwa.
RTA opened four public transport stations to be specific Al Ghubaiba, Al Jaliyah, Etisalat and the Union Bus Stations. Al Ghubaiba Bus Station is contained six structures and covers a space of 2,452 square meters with an ability to serve 15,000 passengers each day.
Al Jaliyah Bus Station is involved a transport terminal and a structure of a ground floor, two stories and roof leaving. The station has a complete constructed space of 19,000 square meters and can serve 7,000 passengers each day.
The Union Bus Station at Deira is involved three structures. The station traverses a space of 2,180 square meters and can serve 7,500 passengers each day.
Etisalat Bus Station, which is associated with Etisalat Metro Station, is included a ground floor and a mezzanine floor. The station covers a space of 708 square meters and can serve up to 4,500 passengers each day.