Max (Dubai Metro)

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Max (Arabic: ماكس‎) is a rapid transit station on the Red Line of the Dubai Metro in Dubai, UAE.[1]

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Max

ماكس
Metro Station
LocationSheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road
Al Jafiliya
 Dubai, United Arab Emerates
Line(s)
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Connections
  •  10  Gold Souq Stn. - Ibn Battuta Stn.
  •  21  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - Al Quoz Ind'l Area
  •  27  Gold Souq Stn. - The Dubai Mall
  •  29  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - The Dubai Mall
  •  32C  Al Qusais Stn. - Al Satwa Stn.
  •  61  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - Ras Al Khor, Samari Res.
  •  83  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - Nakheel Stn.
  •  88  Deira C.C. Stn. - Dubai Internet City Stn.
  •  91A  Gold Souq Stn. - Jebel Ali Stn.
  •  98E  Al Satwa Stn. - Al Quoz Stn.
  •  C15  Hamriya Port - Deira C.C. Stn.
  •  C26  Al Wasl Pk. - Qusais Ind'l Area
  •  E100  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - Abu Dhabi
  •  F12  Al Jafiliya Stn. - Al Wasl Pk.
  •  X28  LuLu Village - Dubai Internet City Stn.
  •  X92  Al Ghubaiba Stn. - Dubai Investment Pk. 1
  •  X94  Gold Souq Stn. - Dubai Investment Pk. 1
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station code21
Fare zone6
History
OpenedSeptember 9, 2009 (2009-09-09)
Services
Preceding station   Dubai Metro   Following station
toward UAE Exchange
Red Line
toward Rashidiya

The station serves Al Jafilia and surrounding areas. It is located on the Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Road, providing access to Zabeel Park and several office buildings.[2]

The station is the only one in the system to have a siding.[citation needed] This allows two trains to be stored to the east of the station.

On 4th August 2021 this station was renamed from "Al Jafilia" to "Max" after the Max Fashion brand.[3]

Platform layoutEdit

Platform Line Towards
Platform 1 Red Line (Up) For Airport Terminal 1, Airport Terminal 3, Centrepoint
Platform 2 Red Line (Down) For Union, Sobha Realty, Expo 2020

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Al Jafiliya Metro Station". Dubai Online. Retrieved 23 May 2021.
  2. ^ Ahmed, Ashfaq (16 July 2009). "Metro users to benefit from Al Jafiliya station's key location". Gulf News. Retrieved 11 June 2015.
  3. ^ Jose, James. "Dubai renames Rashidiya, Jafiliya metro stations". Khaleej Times. Retrieved 2021-10-13.