The vehicles that will transport fans to and from stadiums during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 continued a job simulation on Thursday, a move intended to ensure smooth and comfortable transportation for fans amid intensified preparations for the world event due to kick off on Nov. 20.
The simulation that started Wednesday at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, and Al Bayt Stadium, continued on Thursday at Al Janoub Stadium, Stadium 974, Education City Stadium, and Lusail Stadium. Mowasalat announced it would provide more than 4,000 buses to serve fans as part of its preparedness for the upcoming championship.
It also revealed a plan to employ more than nine thousand drivers and two thousand customer agents in addition to three thousand operational employees.
The buses will operate on more than 300 routes within an advanced road network that leads to various stadiums, facilities, tourist attractions and accommodation areas for the visitors.
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