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A closer look to Hanoi's first skytrain

Updated at Wednesday, 12 Apr 2017, 15:28
The Hanoitimes - Below are first comprehensive photos of inferior furniture and details of Cat Linh - Ha Dong skytrain.
 

The Cat Linh-Ha Dong elevated railway from Dong Da District's Cat Linh Street to Ha Dong District's Yen Nghia bus station is one of several metro lines planned for Hanoi.
 
The project started in 2011 and was supposed to go into operation in December 2016. However, construction delays have pushed back the expected completion date to 2018.
 

 Linking Cat Linh Street in Dong Da district with Yen Nghia station in Ha Dong district, the project includes 12 stations and a depot at Phu Luong ward in Ha Dong district.
The train has been put at Van Khe station – one of 12 stations in line. Cover canvas off the train, reveals almost all the furniture, including 4 tractors of total 90m in length, in which 2 longer ones lie in the middle of the train body. Its color remain in green as model displayed at Giang Vo Exhibition Center (October-November/2015).

 
The railway is capable of operating 13 trains with carrier frequency of every two minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour.
The railway is capable of operating 13 trains with carrier frequency of every two minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour.
Details of the Hanoi's first sky train
Details of the Hanoi's first sky train
  Door to driver cabin. As intial llook, all the details was adjusted, look better than the model
Door to driver cabin. As intial llook, all the details was adjusted, look better than the model
Inferior look from outside the glass window. According to Railway project Management Board, the train was supply with extra 3 pull handles at vertical aisle. Priority seat number (in orange) was boosted up by 1-2 seat at each long bench.
 Inferior details look from outside the glass window.
Inferior look from outside the glass window. According to Railway project Management Board, the train was supply with extra 3 pull handles at vertical aisle. Priority seat number (in orange) was boosted up by 1-2 seat at each long bench.
Inferior details look from outside the glass window. According to Railway project Management Board, the train was supplied with extra 3 pull handles at vertical aisle. Priority seat number (in orange) was boosted up by 1-2 seat at each long bench.
The railway is capable of operating 13 trains with carrier frequency of every two minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour.
The railway is capable of operating 13 trains with carrier frequency of every two minutes with a maximum speed of 80 kilometres per hour.
Translated by Cam Anh
Tienphong
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