Within Jumeirah you’ll find most of the tourist attractions that modern Dubai has to offer. Nonetheless the majority of its territory consists of residential and commercial areas. Jumeirah is connected with the rest of the city via the Red Line of Dubai Metro, the Dubai tram, and a network of roads.
Busses, the metro, the tram and the Palm Jumeirah Monorail are the easiest modes of getting around and can all be used with the Nol Card.
Traffic can be intense and thus it is advisable to use public transport. Sheikh Zayed Road. Formerly Trade Centre Road, Sheikh Zayed Road is the largest and most famous street in Dubai. The expressway is the main traffic artery of the desert city and connects nearly all parts of modern Dubai. It runs parallel to the coast line from the roundabout at the World Trade Centre to the border with the emirate of Abu Dhabi in the area of Jebel Ali . The use of the road is partially toll. This road has six lanes at the widest point in each direction, plus parallel side roads. It is almost exclusively for the private motorized vhicles. For pedestrians there are a few bridges and underpasses to cross the street.