Dubai Tram Map

With Dubai Tram opening on 11 November 2014, the first phase of the project covers 11 stations. The detailed RTA route map is shown below but here is a simplified version of the Dubai Tram route map so that you can easily see the Dubai Tram stations that will be operational.

Dubai Tram Route Map

Dubai Tram Map


Al Sufouh Tram Route Map

So this is the RTA route map for the Al Sufouh Tram project. As you can see the tramway runs through Jumeirah Beach Residence for about one kilometre and has two stations in that area.

There are two routes leading up to the elevated section that runs along the Sheikh Zayed Road side of the Dubai Marina section. The tram route here is an add on to the road that runs along the back of the marina and there are 3 stations along this part of the route. Two of those stations link up with the Dubai Metro at the Dubai Marina station and the Jumeirah Lake Towers station.

There are 6 further stations that run from the marina along Al Sufouh Road just past Knowledge Village and this is where the first phase of the Al Sufouh Tram route stops. There is then a depot in Al Sufouh. Station 9 links up with the Pal Monorail at the foot of the Palm Jumeirah. This will be great for the Palm Monorail particularly as it may mean that more people are able to commute using public transport from the Palm (although the price of Palm Monorail tickets will likely have to come down at this point to make it feasible).

Phase two of the Al Sufouh Tram Route will also link up with the Dubai Metro station at Mall of the Emirates.

17 thoughts on “Dubai Tram Map

  1. Marty Fullard

    Hi Admin

    I have been trying to get through the RTA but, alas, it was just me and teleprompter. I am writing an article on the new tram for Gulf News, and would like a high-res route map (the one on this website is not quite suitable), and I have further questions that I hope you can help me with.

    Please contact me on the email address provided, I will happily return a call.

    Many thanks
    Marty Fullard
    Guides Writer, Gulf News

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Marty and thanks for your comment. Unfortunately I don’t have a high res map. I set up this site independently quite a while ago to provide info about the Dubai Tram that I thought people might be interested in but it is not an official site linked with the RTA.

  2. neil munro

    Please can you tell me if the tram is scheduled to go right down to Abu Dhabi, or what the public transport service for this route is (method). Thanks

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Del, I have to admit I’m not really up on the workings of the tram! You would need to go to a technical or construction type website for that kind of information I think.

  3. narendra

    wud like to know if dubai metro is planning a route via shoreline buildings,palm jumerah ,if yes
    could you pl let us know from when

    1. admin Post author

      The marina walk goes quite a long way but if you get out at the marina mall station you can walk through the mall and you will be near the marina ferry terminal.


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