Starting July 9, the Ajman Public Transport Authority (Apta) announced on X, July 8, that public buses will operate four daily trips between Ajman and Abu Dhabi. Four buses will travel from Ajman to Abu Dhabi, and two from Abu Dhabi to Ajman. The journey commences at Al Musalla Station, heading to Abu Dhabi Bus Station and returning. The first bus leaves Ajman at 7 am and the last at 7 pm, while the first from Abu Dhabi departs at 10 am and the last at 9:30 pm. Tickets are priced at Dh35 and can be paid with a Masaar card.

In a social media update, Apta mentioned that they have expanded routes on the Abu Dhabi line to better serve commuters. Additionally, Ajman's bus-on-demand (BOD) service has resumed operations after a suspension that began on June 4. This service, available from 6 am to 11 pm, reduces waiting times and alleviates traffic congestion. Passengers book seats via an app, which dynamically sets the route based on requests. The fare is Dh7 per person, with Dh4 for each extra passenger, up to a maximum of four.

For those in Abu Dhabi, intercity buses connect to Sharjah and Dubai. The RTA's E100 and E101 routes link Dubai and Abu Dhabi, while the SRTA's route 117R connects Abu Dhabi to various stops in Sharjah at a fare of Dh30. Detailed journey planning can be accessed at by selecting the journey planner option, choosing departure and arrival stations, preferred transport mode, and viewing timings and fares.