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  • 30 November 2022

6 essential transportation suggestions for football fans in Qatar

Visiting Qatar for the FIFA World Cup?
6 essential transportation suggestions for football fans

Before this year's competition, which will take place from November 20 to December 18, the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 organizers have provided important transportation information and advice for visiting fans.
The government has also pushed the locals to take private transportation to the tournament grounds.
According to the organizers, fans should arrive with various transportation options, including shuttle buses, the Doha Metro, taxis, and ride-hailing services like Uber and Careem. Shuttle buses will run from both airports, assisting visitors to their lodging and the city's tourist sites.

In the heart of Doha, a vehicle plate management system will go into effect on November 1. The coverage region extends from Al Khafji Street in the north to Corniche Street in the east, C-Ring Road in the west and south.
Black private and general transport plates are steered away from central Doha under the proposal, which is being tested every Friday from 3 pm to 10 pm until October 28. This will run continuously throughout the competition.
The plan excludes those who only own one car and emergency services and automobiles used for public transportation. The local authorities will accept vehicles that enter central Doha without fulfilling the exemption requirements.

Starting November 1, Corniche Street will only be accessible on foot as it gets ready to host many fan-friendly events. Fans are invited to travel by public transportation to the Al Bidda Park location of the Fifa Fan Festival or the Corniche Activation. The shuttle bus services will enable spectators to travel between entertainment sites.

The most accessible Fifa World Cup in tournament history is what the organizers are going for .

Traffic will be limited around the Al Thumama, Khalifa International, Lusail, and Al Janoub stadiums to organize vehicle access and leave. Residents of the neighborhoods close to these venues are urged to take detours.

There is currently a separate bus and taxi lane on A-Ring Road. Drivers that use the bus and taxi lanes illegally will be punished. Until the competition, the street will only be accessible to all motorists from 2 am to 8 am. Throughout the competition, the lane will only be utilized by buses and taxis 24 hours a day.

The appropriate authorities will announce access through the land border at Abu Samra as soon as possible.

Free shuttle bus services now run between Souq Waqif metro station and Al Bidda Park, bringing fans to events and linking them to B-Ring and C-Ring Roads venues. The Mowasalat website has timetables and routes available.

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