RTA completes colour coding of 186 metro link buses

The Roads Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has recently completed colour coding of 186 Metro Link buses

Colour coding set to make commuting on buses and metro easier.
Colour coding set to make commuting on buses and metro easier.

The Roads Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has recently completed colour coding of 186 metro link buses.

The links also represent the total number of buses deployed to run this service on the Dubai public transport network.

Abdullah Rashid Al Mazami, director of maintenance & services, public transport agency, RTA, said that the project had been completed in the first quarter of this year.

“Having added the new colour scheme of metro link buses, which fully emulates the colours of the metro carriages, these buses have now got a distinctive identity while plying the streets of Dubai,” he said.

The new system has been implemented to make it easier for commuters to link bus and metro services while using the city's public transportation.

“Such colour coding and visual markings enable commuters to readily identify metro feeder buses with no hassles. This design concept has been widely applauded by Public transport commuters, including tourists,” Mazami added.

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