University graduates to serve as volunteer ambassadors for Riyadh Metro

Riyadh Metro project

University graduates from King Saud University and Princess Noura bint Abdulrahman University will serve as volunteer ambassadors for the Riyadh Metro project, as part of a recently launched campaign to introduce a public transport culture among the residents of the capital, according to the Riyadh Development Authority.

The campaign aims to create appropriate conditions for the launch of the $22.5 billion Riyadh Metro, also called the King Abdulaziz Project for Riyadh Public Transport.

Volunteer ambassadors will conduct field visits, said Khalid bin Abdullah Al-Hazani, architectural projects program director at the High Commission for the Development of Riyadh.

The field visits will depend on a timetable of programs to provide educational presentations and awareness campaigns regarding the Riyadh Metro in cooperation with the Education Ministry.

The volunteer ambassadors’ mission will be to present the initiative to their student counterparts in schools and universities in the capital.

The project includes workshops to qualify and train 150 university graduates in communicating with the community and introducing the transport system. The Riyadh Metro is scheduled to open in 2019.


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