The company also revealed a plan to employ more than 9,000 drivers and 2,000 customer agents in addition to 3,000 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, the company said, adding that the electric vehicles to be used during the championship would be used after the World Cup a part of public transportation which serves Qatar’s vision to use alternative or electric energy. With the eight World Cup stadiums being located an hour’s drive from downtown Doha, this edition, the first-ever in the Arab world and the Middle East is considered the most closely spaced in history, a privilege that enables fans and players to be always in one place and gives fans an opportunity to attend more than one match a day during the group stage. This exceptional edition of the World Cup will provide a unique platform to introduce Qatar and the Arab nation to the world and provide a unique opportunity to discover the true meaning of hospitality of Qataris and Arabs.
Qatar offers a wide range of transportation companies to meet the needs of fans during the World Cup, including the metro, tram, and public buses, in addition to taxis.