Look: Stunning new image shows the progress of Etihad Rail’s Fujairah line

Airborne picture reveals train line reducing via Hajar Hills in the direction of Ras Al Khaimah

Etihad Rail has actually shared a striking brand-new airborne picture revealing the progression of the train network in UAE’s Fujairah.

The picture reveals the train line reducing via the Hajar Hills headed in the direction of the shore of Ras Al Khaimah.

A tweet shared on Etihad Rail’s main Twitter network checked out, “Our #PhotoOfTheWeek was recorded in the Emirate of Fujairah, recognized for its breath-taking views and also famous hilly landscape.”

” Our National Train network goes across via the Hajar hills and also expands for 145 kilometres, attaching the boundaries of Sharjah, undergoing Fujairah completely to Ras Al Khaimah,” proceeded the tweet.

The rail network supplies a risk-free and also effective methods of transport throughout the one-of-a-kind topography produced by the beautiful hills right into the various other Emirates, specified the tweet.

On August 1, Etihad Rail likewise shared video clips of its under-construction line in Sharjah.

The tweet read, “Our National Train Network goes through Al Suyoh location in the Emirate of Sharjah near to renowned sites such as Sharjah Mosque, Arabia’s Wild animals Centre and also College City.”

There is a buzz of exhilaration as the UAE Rail Network that will certainly decrease commute times by as much as 40 percent forms.

Task turning point statements have actually escalated over the last couple of weeks, with the emphasize being the connecting of Abu Dhabi and also Dubai by a 256km train line.

A train trip would certainly see guests downing via the desert, cities, over bridges and also passages that punctured the Al Hajar hills.

The traveler trains will certainly attach 11 cities and also areas in the UAE from Al Sila to Fujairah, consisting of Al Ruwais, Al Mirfa, Dubai, Sharjah, Al Dhaid, and also Abu Dhabi. It is anticipated to offer greater than 36.5 million guests each year throughout the nation by 2030.

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