HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1

Two more trains with total six carriages for Ho Chi Minh City’s Metro Line No.1 (Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien) have arrived in the city’s Khanh Hoi port from Japan.
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 1Japanese contractors have sent five trains to HCM City, including the first one in October 2020. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 2The trains, the fourth and fifth out of total 17 trains for the line, are all produced by Japan. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 3Experts and workers check the trains after they are unloaded. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 4The first carriage of the fourth train is hoisted off the vessel Pulang Tala and placed on a dedicated vehicle. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 5The first carriage of the fourth train is hoisted off the vessel Pulang Tala and placed on a dedicated vehicle. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 6Metro line No.1 project is the first of at least six to be built in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo: VNA)
HCM City receives two more trains for Metro Line No.1 hinh anh 7The 19.7-km line No.1 aims to ease traffic congestion in the city’s north-eastern area. (Photo: VNA)

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