How To Use Metro In Tehran
Tehran Metro tickets are available for single trip journey, or two journeys. Obviously, day tickets and multi-day tickets are discounted and logically the longer the ticket is for, the cheaper the tickets.
The first train starts its journey at about 6 am and the last train leaves by 11 pm. Since the majority of the travelers are Iranian and Persian speaker, the announcements are in Persian only. It is recommended that travelers keep an eye on the English maps in carriages.
Metro saves Tehran countless millions of litter of fuel; helps people to avoid serious air pollution and related health costs; and it saves passengers a lot of money on their journeys in congestion zone.
If you intend to use public transport frequently, the municipality released an application on both Android and iOS for travelers to plan their journey by public transport, check bus and metro arrivals, congestion zones, gas stations, hospitals and many more features.
Users pin the beginning and ending point of their journey; the application suggests the best routes between stations and stops, places of interest, addresses. The Android version of Tehran Metro is available for free download from Google Play. It is also available to download for iOS..