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.

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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.

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The Haramain railway set March 15 as a date to start booking and issuing tickets via its website for those wishing to travel.

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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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