Confirmed that public transport will be free during the World Cup

Confirmed that public transport will be free during the World Cup

The fans present at World Cup of Qatar 2022 account will have one more advantage. And it’s only through Supreme Delivery and Legacy Committeethe Asian country has announced that public transport will be free during the tournament, but only for those who have a Hayya card.

In total, fans have three alternatives to travel through Qatari territory: metro, tram and bus; even that will be used for people to approach the sports and tourist attractions that will host the World Cup.

In the case of the metro, it has three lines: Gold, green and red. It consists of a total of 37 stations and each train will run every three minutes, so fans won’t have to wait to catch it. There will also be two types: metrolink bus that “they travel on routes bordering a diameter of two to five kilometers from the stations”, they explained.

while the minis metroexpress bus “They serve as transport for passengers between stations and iconic locations in the city,” they added in the statement.

The tram, on the other hand, has three lines, the Lusail tramway which connects with a station of the metro red line; the Education City Tram which will connect fans to the subway via Education City, the National Library of Qatar and Al Shagab stations. This will play a very important role for the matches that will be held at Education City Stadium.

Qatar Public Transport

Finally, there is the Msheireb Tramway, which connects the Msheireb metro station to various tourist points in the center of Doha, Qatar.

Qatar Metro

The third alternative for fans will be the Karwa bus, which operate a network in downtown Doha. Fans who take this transport can be sure because the trucks can be tracked by an app.

Qatar metro station

Similarly, Qatar has private taxis, as well as the transport service, Uber, and Careem.

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