Bahrain Metro

As per the previous studies, Bahrain Metro network needs was identified in a total length of 109km to be developed on phases

As per the previous studies, Bahrain Metro network needs was identified in a total length of 109km to be developed on phases. The length of  phase  one is  29Km and it will include 20 stations which will be operate through two lines, where the first line will be connecting Airport to Seef District , while the other line will connect Juffair to educational area in Isa Town.

The Ministry is currently working on the transitional advisor stage with a consortium of consultant to review previous studies, prepare tender documents for qualifying and appointing the developers responsible for project execution. The project was presented in a workshop for the private sector on March 2, 2021, where the companies expressed their interest and desire to implement the project.

The pre-qualification tender has been issued and closed in May 2022. The Ministry is reviewing and evaluating all the received submissions.

The metro network for phase one will be connected to King Hamad International Passenger Station through the first phase A, which will be 8 km long using 4 stops.
The ministry is also working on studying phase two of the project by linking the King Hamad International Passenger Station in Ramli area with the Sports City and Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre I n Sakhir area with a total length of 18 km including 5 stops.
For more information about the project, click here.

Last Updated Date:01-06-2022

  • 41,035Total Aircraft Movement in FIR , Jul 2022
  • 681,599Total Passengers, Jul 2022
  • 16,721Total Cargo and Mail, Jul 2022
  • 28,866Monthly Ridership, Aug 2022
  • 73,598,769Total Passengers (Feb 2015 – Aug 2022)
  • 77,028General Cargo, Aug 2022
  • 32,398Container Throughput, Aug 2022
  • 52Total Vessels, Aug 2022
  • 100Percentage of Population covered by 5G Network (2022)
  • 83Percent of households passed by fiber-optic broadband network (2022)
  • 100Percent of businesses passed by fiber-optic broadband network (2022)

 

 

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