Saudi Arabia: Haramain railway to resume trips from Wednesday
Dubai: The Saudi Haramain high-speed railway has announced the resumption of trips from Wednesday with 24 -30 trips per day, and then increasing it to 40-54 trips a day during Ramadan, local media reported.
The train routes will include travel to and from the stations of Mecca, Medina, King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah, and King Abdullah Economic City station.
The Haramain railway set March 15 as a date to start booking and issuing tickets via its website for those wishing to travel.
The Haramain is a 450-km high-speed rail linking the major Saudi cities of Mecca, Medina, Jeddah and KAEC. The four stations along the route – conceived as gateways to each city – are inspired by the ancient architectural traditions of the region and provide a shaded retreat from the sun while creating a new infrastructural spine for sustainable transport in Saudi Arabia.
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