We have created this Dubai Metro map from the information that we have gathered about the Dubai Metro stations, the zones and the current information about stations that are open.
Please note that this Dubai Metro Map is subject to copyright and should not be used without our express permission.
We will continue to keep the Dubai Metro map updated with station name changes and any additional stations that may open once the metro gets extended further out.
Station name changes happen occasionally due to companies purchasing the branding rights for a particular station.
You can click on the map for a larger version.
After the red line opening on 9 September 2009, the green line of the Dubai Metro opened on 9 September 2011 and as of 1 March 2014 all of the stations were fully open on both the green and red lines.
Both the green and the red line will be extended in the future to add to the 18 green lines stations and the 29 red line station currently being used.
Here is a map of just the red line stations:
and a map of just the green Line stations:
As you can see from the Dubai Metro Zones Map, there are currently 4 zones that encompass the Dubai metro and there are 7 zones in total that also cover other methods of public transport, like the buses.
When the Metro opened the travel zones changed from 4 zones to 7 and the price that you pay for your ticket to travel on any form of public transport (excluding currently the Palm Monorail which has it’s own ticketing system), depends on how many zones you are travelling through.
Check out the Dubai Metro Tickets page for full information about the fares payable. Fares increased in November 2014 when the Tram opened but still offer great value for money.