Dubai's Energy metro station, which had been closed due to heavy rains in mid-April, has been reopened and is now fully operational, announced the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). The authority released a statement on Saturday morning, confirming the successful resumption of Dubai Metro’s operations. The reopening of Energy metro station, initially planned for May 28, has taken place ahead of schedule following the completion of all maintenance and safety tests to ensure its readiness to operate at the highest standards and efficiency.

According to RTA, Dubai Metro services are now fully operational on the Green Line and Red Line in both directions, including Energy Metro Station. Additionally, three other rain-affected stations, namely Onpassive, Equiti, and Mashreq metro stations, were reopened earlier than the planned date of May 19, after extensive safety checks were conducted to ensure efficient and safe operations. Commuters expressed relief as the stations resumed operation and all facilities worked efficiently during this period.

Throughout the closure, Dubai RTA demonstrated its commitment to providing efficient transportation by operating feeder bus services between the affected stations. The RTA also expressed gratitude to commuters for their understanding and cooperation, reaffirming their dedication to ensuring comfortable and safe journeys for all passengers.