The Doha Metro is an integral part of the Qatar Rail Development Program (QRDP). Consisting of 4 lines, the Metro network will cover the Greater Doha area and will include connections to town centres and vital commercial and residential areas throughout the city. In central Doha, the Metro will be underground, whilst at the outskirts; it will mainly be at ground level or elevated.
Doha Metro Project Map/Route:
Red Line (Coast Line):
North-South Line connecting the towns of Al Khor in the north and Mesaieed in the south via Lusail, West Bay, Msheireb and the New Doha International Airport (NDIA) More...
Green Line (Education Line):
The Green Line follows Al Rayyan Road connecting Education City with the Heart of Doha. Furthermore it links to Umm Slal and the Industrial Area South More...
Gold Line (Historic Line):
Runs in an East-West direction and connects Airport City North via central Msheireb with Al Waab Street, Al Rayyan South and Salwa Road More...
Blue Line (City Line):
Semi-circular line that connects the residential and commercial areas of West Bay and Airport City North along the main C-Ring Road More...
There will be approx.100 stations built for the entire Metro Network and these will include two major stations built at Msheireb and Education City.
The Msheireb Station, located in the centre of Downtown Doha, will be the hub of the Metro network, being the major interchange station for 3 of the 4 lines – Red, Green and Gold Lines
Education City Station:
The Education City Station will be a dual operation station which will link the Green Line with the future high speed, long distance passenger rail.
The metro network is planned over a length of approximately 216 km and proposed to have approx. 100 stations over the four lines. The overall delivery packages for the Metro will be divided into 7 areas:
These packages will be let as separate but coordinated contracts to ensure the integrated delivery of the Metro Network.