With the rapid development happening in Dubai, it means that public transportation will also need to be updated continuously to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in operations. In recent years, intercity travel has increased a lot, which has allowed the people to live comfortably in one emirate and to comfortably work in another emirate. This also makes it very easier for tourists who love to travel but have a limited budget to travel between the emirates in the UAE between public transportation. The buses of RTA connect emirates and external areas and operate according to the decided schedules. The bus services which move from Ajman to Dubai and vice versa is an affordable/economical mode of transportation for residents of these two cities.
Ajman to Dubai Bus
The RTA’s public bus journey starts at Dubai’s metro stations, including Ibn Battuta, Al Ghubaiba Ittihad (Alliance), Rashidiya, Sabkha, and Satwa. The Road Traffic Administration’s enthusiasm for the intercity transportation network is undeniable. Newer bus routes have been introduced, such as E700 (Dubai to Fujairah) and E201 (Dubai to Al Ain) to connect Dubai to other emirates, and vice versa. Route changes and upgrades of the systems have been carried out on lines to improve the service. Residents of Dubai can now even use the RTA app to suggest bus routes. The E400 bus will move from Dubai to Ajman and vice versa. It is a relatively cheap option by car or taxi. The journey starts at Union Metro Station (near Al Rigga) and ends at Ajman Bus Station or from Ajman to Dubai it will leave from Union National Bank and stop at Union Metro station. The total travel time is about 50 minutes
The first bus leaves from Ajman at 06:02 am, and the last bus leaves at 11:30 pm. It operates seven days a week. The E400 bus runs every 30 minutes. The bus fare from Ajman to Dubai is AED 15. You can buy a ticket at the subway station or pay with an NOL card.