While much of the city is gradually returning to normalcy, some Dubai Metro stations remain temporarily closed, disrupting travel plans for commuters across the city.

Despite concerted efforts by the Roads and Transportation Authority (RTA), four stations along the Red Line – Onpassive, Equiti, Mashreq, and Energy – are still inaccessible to commuters. Shuttle buses have been deployed to assist passengers heading to these stations, providing alternative transportation options amid the closures.

In a bid to keep the public informed, the RTA has been actively communicating updates and station openings through their official social media channels. Passengers are urged to adhere to directional signs and cooperate with Dubai Metro and RTA staff as recovery efforts continue.

While the Red Line grapples with closures, Dubai Metro services on the Green Line remain fully operational in both directions, offering commuters a viable alternative for their daily commute.

The recent weather phenomenon, characterized by the heaviest rainfall in 75 years, has left a significant impact on the region. According to the National Centre of Meteorology, the unprecedented rainfall surpassed any previous records dating back to 1949. With the most rainfall ever recorded in a 24-hour period, the effects of the weather event are still being felt across the UAE.

As the city works towards full recovery, authorities are closely monitoring the situation and providing timely updates to ensure the safety and convenience of all commuters. While challenges persist, Dubai Metro remains resilient, navigating through adversity to keep the city moving forward. Stay tuned for further updates as the recovery process unfolds.

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