Visitors may choose any of the public transport options to get to the Expo-2020 site such as buses, the metro, and taxis.
Dubai taxis are available by phone or via the mobile apps of RTA (municipal service) and private firms like Careem and Uber.
If you don't want to depend on public transport, you may rent a car. In Dubai you'll find multiple options for car rentals starting from around AED 70 (USD 19) per day for 2 adults (KIA Picanto), AED 550 (USD 150) for 5 adults (Chevrolet Aveo). Those eligible should be older than 21 and have an international driving license.
The exhibition has its own purposefully constructed metro line and is designed to carry 22,000 passengers per hour. There are 7 stations on the line, one of which is the Expo-2020 Metro Station which leads right to the gate of the venue.
It will take around 50 minutes' by car to reach EXPO-2020 from Dubai International Airport (DXB) and 30-40 minutes' if you are travelling from Dubai International Central (DWC). You will need around 1 hour to get from Abu Dhabi International Airport to the Expo site.
Those who drive their own car, can easily reach the site via the major highways of Expo Rd, Zayed Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan Rd and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. There are plenty of signs dotted along the roads across the city to point you in the right direction.
During the exposition, its visitors (with tickets) may use dedicated Expo Rider buses which are free of charge to get to and from the venue. A total of 580 free buses will be launched by the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority. The vehicles are comfortable and convenient for people of determination with low floors, a ramped access and enough width for 2 wheelchairs.
Parking can be entered from 4 points, which are accessible from the roads of E77, D54 and E311 and is free of charge.
Since Nissan is an official partner of the event, there is a special privilege for car owners of this brand. Owners can leave their vehicles closer to the gate in the Nissan parking spot, located in the Sustainability and Mobility parking areas.
The Expo complex takes up a significant area of more than 1,000 acres. So to simplify moving around, there will be several conveyances available:
- Car-park shuttles, which will bring people from 4 points from the main parking area to the main gate.
- Expo People movers – 27 low-floor buses to get around the site for free.
- Train "Expo Explorer"– offers sightseeing tours around the site and are available for people of determination in wheelchairs.
- Autonomous vehicles - golf buggies with a driver will be particularly convenient for families with children or for people of determination.