How to Use Qatar’s Public Transportation for the World Cup

Overall Public Transportation Options

In addition to our very detailed article and images about using the metro system and its use specifically for attending matches, there’s numerous options for getting around Qatar.

Check out our mobile apps to download as well! There are a handful of helpful transportation apps!

Here’s a list of options that make up the Qatar Public Transportation Network based on what we found:

As of October, 2022, public transit (metro, etc) requires a mask.

Getting Around Central Doha / Corniche

Central Doha, and specifically the Corniche, is going to be the focal point of Qatar 2022, mark our words on that.

Qatar announced this area along the water will be only for pedestrian traffic and has arranged shuttle stops, to supplement the metro stops to accommodate the traffice.

Check out our tweet with images here:

Electric Scooters & Bikes


Qatar also has a handful of escooters and each option is described in detail in this article.


You can rent bikes as well.

Getting to the Stadiums

We have a separate post on using the metro specifically but here’s some overall snapshots of options from the tournament. They were screenshot from the Qatar 2022 site.

Ahmad Bin Ali

Al Bayt

Al Janoub

Al Thumama

Education City


Khalifa International

Stadium 974

Suggested 3rd Party Reading – “Catching a Ride in Doha”

We also recommend reading this article below from a South African expat who lives in Qatar:

This article walks through all options w/ Debbie’s personal touch and photos.

What’s Included w/ Hayya Card

According to the Hayya Card’s Terms and Conditions:

“The Hayya Card will permit you free travel on Qatar’s public transport systems on the day of a Match provided you hold a Match Ticket for such Match and the Hayya Card.”

Check These Sources For More Detail

The articles below are the sources and you may want to check each out for all their incredible detail as we only linked out above to some of the information:

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