Metro ridership set a record of 1,082,112 during the months of July and August

Metro ridership set a record of 1,082,112 during the months of July and August

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

The Doha Metro Red Line South, which is embedded within the larger railway network in Qatar, welcomed its first set of commuters on May 8, 2019.

Since its inception, Metro ridership has set a record of 1,082,112 during the months of July and August. 518,535 people used the Metro in July while the number increased to 563,577 by August.

Qatar Rail thanks all the passenger for traveling with Doha Metro.  

The current train service is open from Sunday to Thursday, between 8 am and 11 pm.

Three types of travel cards can be used to ride the Metro - Standard Travel, Gold Club and Limited Use.

Doha Metro

Rides cost QAR 2 for a single journey and QAR 6 for a day pass (Standard) while those traveling the Goldclub class will be charged QR10 and QR30, respectively.

The fee for acquiring a Standard Travel card is QAR 10 while the Goldclub card costs QR100 (valid for five years from the date of purchase); credits for travel have to be added on to these cards. Children aged below five can travel for free.

Here's a route map of all the stations the line covers:

Doha metro link

Passengers can use Metrolink buses for free of charge.

Doha metro buses

How was your experience? Let us know in the comments below!

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By Jezmir• 1 year 3 weeks ago.
Jezmir

Timing is from 6 to 11 now.

Not from 8 to 11.

By shiyas2008• 1 year 3 weeks ago.
shiyas2008

very informative

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