The Qatar metro system Currently consists of three lines (Red, Gold, and Green) and 37 stations. Doha Metro will have around 100 stations for the entire network when the project is completed. This will include a major station built at Msheireb, hub for the Metro network and the interchange for Red, Green and Gold Lines.

Red Line (Coastal Line)

North-South Line connecting the towns of Lusail, West Bay, Msheireb, Hamad International Airport and Al Wakra.

  • Lusail
  • Qatar University
  • Leqtaifiya
  • Katara
  • Al Qassar
  • Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (city centre)
  • West Bay QIC
  • Corniche
  • Al Bidda
  • Msheireb
  • Al Doha Al Jadeda
  • Umm Ghuwailina
  • Al Matar Al Qadeem
  • Oqba Ibn Nafie
  • Hamad International Airport Terminal 1
  • Free Zone
  • Ras Bu Fontas
  • Al Wakra

Green Line (Education Line)

The Green Line follows Al Rayyan Road connecting Education City with the Heart of Doha. Furthermore, it links to Umm Salal and the Industrial Area South.

  • Al Riffa
  • Education City
  • Qatar National Library
  • Al Shaqab
  • Al Rayyan/Al Qadeem
  • Al Messila
  • Hamad Hospital
  • The White Palace
  • Al Bidda
  • Msheireb
  • Al Mansoura

Gold Line (Historic Line)

Runs in an East-West direction and connects Airport City North via central Msheireb with Al Waab Street, Al Rayyan South and Salwa Road.

  • Ras Abu Aboud (was Airport City North)
  • National Museum of Qatar
  • Al Souq
  • Msheireb
  • Bin Mahmoud
  • Al Sadd
  • Joaan
  • Al Sudan
  • Al Waab
  • Sports City
  • Al Aziziya
Doha metro network stations

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