95,000 benefit from transportation services in Madinah during first 10 days of Ramadan

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

MADINAH — More than 95,000 people have benefited from the transportation services in Madinah during the first ten days of Ramadan, the Madinah Regional Development Authority announced.

The transportation services are provided through a whole bus fleet consisting of 150 buses operating through 7 main routes in Madinah.

The transportation services are provided through 7 stations in Madinah all the way to the service stations within the central area surrounding the Prophet’s Mosque. The 7 stations are:

1 - Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz International Airport station.

2 - Haramain High Speed Railway station.

3 - Al Khalidiyyah district station.

4 - Sayyid Al-Shuhada district station.

5 - Aliat Mall’s parking station.

6 - Islamic University of Madinah’s parking station.

7 - Sports Stadium station.

The services are provided daily to the beneficiaries by the operating company under the supervision of the Authority with the participation of volunteers, starting from 3:00 p.m. until after Tarawih prayers in the round-trip route.

It is noteworthy that the transportation service hours will be extended during the last 10 days of Ramadan until half an hour after performing the Qiyam Al-Layl prayers.

The authority said that in cooperation with all its partners, it aims to expand the circle of the public transport services’ beneficiaries in Madinah.

This is in addition to enhancing the traffic flow on the Madinah’s main streets and within the central area that are surrounding the Prophet's Mosque.

The authority said that the service also aims to reduce the level of the environmental pollution resulting from the vehicles’ emissions.

It also aims to increase the quality of transportation projects and the quality life for the residents and visitors, which are among the Kingdom's Vision 2030 goals.


Source: https://www.saudigazette.com.sa/article/619349/SAUDI-ARABIA/95000-benefit-from-transportation-services-in-Madinah-during-first-10-days-of-Ramadan