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Dubai Metro are well educated
The National - News
9 March 2014:

DUBAI // The typical commuter on the Dubai Metro is highly educated, in his or her 20s and in a lowpaying job, a report shows. The Dubai Metro User Characteristics report found most passengers have bachelor’s degrees and earn a monthly salary of up to Dh5,000.
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New Metro stations
gulfnews
4 March 2014:

Commuters welcomed the opening of the Al Jaddaf and Creek stations of the Dubai Metro’s Green Line yesterday, saying travelling to and from the areas has become more convenient and less time- consuming. The two stations, located on both sides of Al Khail Road, were the last of 20 stations on the Green Line to open to the public.
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Dubai Metro officially ‘fully functional’
Khaleej Times
4 March 2014:

Dubai — The Dubai Metro of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) became fully operational on Saturday when the Al Jadaf and Creek stations at the end of the Green Line opened for service to the public. The two newly opened stations are expected to serve 2,100 passengers in Al Jadaf Station and 1,400 in Creek Stations. 
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Dubai Metro to have 70 stations
gulfnews
2 February 2014:

Dubai: Plans to extend sections of Dubai Metro are on track with the designs of the expansion on three ends of the network currently being worked out, a senior Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) official told Gulf News.
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Dubai Metro users continue to rise
gulfnews
18 May 2013:

Dubai: Dubai Metro has continued to rise in popularity, attracting more commuters everyday.In the first quarter of this year, both the red and green lines of the world’s biggest driverless metro network transported 33.34 million commuters, indicating a significant increase over the same period last year.


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