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DOHA
 Qatar

Doha metro map

 DOHA

Doha, capital of Qatar, with a population of 2.4 million; on the coast of the Persian Gulf.

 

 METRO
3-line metro system under construction [Project Website]:
 Red Line

40 km north-south line with branch to the airport:

08 May 2019: Al Qassar - Al Wakra
10 Dec 2019: Al Qassar - Lusail & Oqba Ibn Nafie - Hamad International Airport
01 Sept 2020: Legtaifiya station

 

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 Green Line

Runs from the city centre to the northwest (22 km):

10 Dec 2019: Al Riffa - Al Mansoura

 

 Gold Line

Runs east-west from Ras Bu Abboud station to Al Aziziyah station (14 km):

21 Nov 2019: Al Aziziyah - Ras Bu Abboud

 

 
 LUSAIL TRAM
Lusail tram map

LUSAIL TRAM

- tram network for Lusail, a new town just north of Doha
- 38.5 km, linked to Doha metro system at Lusail and Legtaifiya station
- 4 colour-coded lines
- approximately 15 km at-grade revenue, double-track and 5.5 km of at-grade non-revenue single track
- 10 km of underground double track (cut and cover) sections, and an underground storage south of the line
- 25 stations at-grade, 7 underground stations, four at the Marina District, one at Entertainment City, one at Energy City, one at Qatar Petroleum District and one at the Pearl-Qatar station
- operated by 28 Alstom Citadis X05 trams (32 m long)

01 Jan 2022: Orange Line Legtaifiya - Energy City South (5.5 km, without Lusail Central)

 EDUCATION CITY TRAM

- 11.5 km tram network for Education City in the west of Doha
- operating with Siemens Avenio trams ( 27.7 m long and 2.55 m wide; 1435 mm gauge
- first 2.4 km loop (Blue Line) opened 24 Dec 2019
- Yellow Line to Al Shaqab added on 17 Nov 2021 (2.6 km)

 

 MSHEIREB TRAM

- 2 km single-track downtown circulator with 9 stops, opened 30 Dec 2019, operated with three hydrogen vehicles supplied by TIG/m (USA), high-floor with low-floor middle section at single door; 1435 mm gauge

 

 Links

Qatar Rail (Official Site)

Doha Metro at Skyscrapercity Forums

Transportation in Doha at Wikipedia

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