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Serco has begun operation of the dubai metro service following the official opening and inauguration on 9 September 2009.
The Dubai Metro is one of the world's most advanced systems and the first of its kind in the Gulf and Middle East region.

Serco is

an international service company which combines commercial know-how with a deep public service ethos.

Transport

Serco delivers comprehensive transport solutions to local authorities, government departments and commercial enterprises around the world.

We are fast becoming the first choice for road and rail operations and infrastructure services, supporting the implementation of government transport policies. Our aim is to deliver a quality of service that makes a difference to people's lives.

In the UK, we operate the award-winning Docklands Light Railway and run Merseyrail and Northern Rail in a joint venture with NedRailways, and in Australia, we own and operate the Great Southern Railway, including its iconic service, The Ghan, India-Pacific and Overland trains

Serco offers a complete range of traffic management and offence detection systems to law enforcement agencies, and aviation and marine security training programmes for the Middle East. On land, we have deployed a network of traffic offence detection systems in Bahrain; and on sea, we implemented an advanced vessel traffic management system for Qatar Petroleum. In air, we are a leading provider of air traffic control services in the UK, Middle East and US.

We are focused on the movement of people reliably and safely and at the same time on reducing the impact of transport on the environment. Our services are structured to create transport choices and to deliver seamless travel.

We can advise, design, integrate, deliver, operate and finance the complete transport solution. Serco will get you to where you want to be. For more information, visit our Transport section http://www.serco.com/sit

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Last Updated: 31 July 2013