The Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) said that it will open Al Jadaf and Creek stations for the Dubai Metro on 1 March.
By operating these two final stations, the RTA will be completing the entire operation of the Green Line.
Mattar Al Tayer, chairman of the board and executive director of the RTA, said: "Al Jadaf and Creek stations; which are located at the end of the Green Line track, serve existing projects and others under construction such as the Culture Village and Sama Al Jadaf, and they will also serve the Dubai Festival City through operating a marine transit service linking with the Creek Station.”
The RTA said that it has also provided 100 parking slots at Al Jadaf Station, as well as providing a bus route to serve passengers of the two stations.
The transport authority expects 2,100 daily users on the Al Jadaf Station, and around 1,400 on Creek Station. Al Tayer said that he expects these numbers to “double up exponentially” with the opening of property development projects.