WATCH: A sneak peek at the Doha Metro as Qatar Rail gears up for its completion

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Qatar Rail gives us a sneak peek into the soon-to-be-opened Doha Metro's vehicles, routes and stations.

Although it is yet to be completed, Qatar Rail, which is in charge of the revolutionary project, is confident of completing construction works for all its stations by the end of 2018. For now, have a look!

The metro consists of three different lines— Red, Green and Gold—which connect at Msheireb Central Station.

 

The Red Line

Also known as the Coast Line, this line runs for about 40 kilometres from Al Wakra in the South to Lusail in the North. The line also connects Hamad International Airport at Terminal 1 to the centre of Doha.

The Red Line will have 18 stations. The Legtaifiya Station, which will allow passengers to transfer over to the Lusail Tram, and the 17 others that include:

• Al Bidda—interchange station

• Corniche

• West Bay

• DECC

• Al Qassar

• Katara

• Lusail

• Hamad Intl. Airport Terminal 1

• Qatar University

• Al Wakra

• Ras Bu Fontas

• Economic Zone

• Oqba Ibn Nafie

• Al Matar Al Qadeem

• Umm Ghawalina

• Al Doha Al Jadeda

• Msheireb—interchange station

 

The Green Line

Also known as the Education Line because it passes through Education City, the Green Line runs from Al Riffa in the East to Al Mansoura in the West. There are 11 stations along this line, including:

• Al Mansoura

• Msheireb—interchange station

• Al Bidda—interchange station

• The White Palace

• Hamad Hospital

• Al Messila

• The Doha Metro is yet to be completed, though Qatar Rail, which is in charge of the revolutionary project, is confident of completing construction works for all its stations by the end of 2018.

The metro consists of three different lines— Red, Green and Gold—which connect at Msheireb Central Station.

 

The Gold Line

The East-West Gold or Historic Line runs from Ras Bu Aboud to Al Aziziya. 11 stations run along the Gold Line, including:

• 
Ras Bu Abboud

• National Museum

• Souq Waqif

• Msheireb—interchange station

• Bin Mahmoud

• Al Sadd

• Joaan

• Al Sudan

• Al Waab

• Sport City

• Al Aziziyah

 

Be sure to share your thoughts and questions in the comments below!

 

 

Content Writer - Mariam Mahsud 

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