The E303 runs from Union Metro Station in Dubai and goes to Al Jubail Bus Station in Sharjah
The E307A goes from Abu Hail Metro Station in Dubai to Al Jubail Bus Station in Sharjah
The E315 starts at Etisalat Metro Station in Dubai and runs to Muwaileh Bus Station in Sharjah
According to Adel Sharkri, Director of Planning and Business Development at the Roads and Transport Authority, the routes are “vital for the integration of public transport networks between Dubai and Sharjah”.
He said: “These routes are transitional to riders returning to Sharjah starting their journey off three metro stations in Dubai.
“They will ease the mobility of commuters between the two Emirates, especially those living in Sharjah and working in Dubai.”
Dubai to Sharjah travel rules during COVID
It’s worth noting that during the COVID-19 pandemic, some rules were put in place restricting travel between emirates without taking PCR tests or demonstrating immunity status.
However, at the time of publishing, while the intercity bus service was suspended for a short time during the pandemic, travel between Sharjah and Dubai is perfectly possible. In fact, you don’t need a Dubai visa at all.
As always, in times of uncertainty, it’s worth double checking with your airline or travel operator for confirmation. The UAE federal government website is also frequently updated with the latest information on travel restrictions.