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Doha Metro, Qatar

Doha Metro in Qatar’s capital city will be one of the most advanced rail transit systems in the world when Phase I becomes operational by the end of 2019. The emirate had originally planned the metro in 2007, in a bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Doha. ...

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Frankfurt-Köln, Germany

German Railways (Deutsche Bahn – DB) is now a major player in European high-speed rail travel with its Inter City Express (ICE) programme. Deutsche Bahn AG, which came into being on January 1 1994, following the passing of the General Railway Restructuring Act the previous year, is now a holding ...

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Canary Wharf Station, London, United Kingdom

Canary Wharf station in London will be one of the largest Crossrail stations when completed. The station is expected to serve 25 million passengers a year. Its opening will reduce the journey time from Canary Wharf station to Heathrow, Farringdon, Bond Street, Woolwich and Abbey Wood stations to just 39 ...

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Bangkok Metro, Thailand

Bangkok Metro is the underground metro rail system of Bangkok city in Thailand. It is officially known as the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and is a part of the Bangkok Rail Transit Network (BRTN). The other transport systems of BRTN include the Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS Skytrain) and the ...

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Chennai Metro, India

Formerly known as Madras, Chennai is the capital of the southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is India’s fourth-largest city with a population around eight million. Chennai is part of a wave of metro development in India, all founded on a rationale of rapid urban expansion, unacceptable and unpredictable journey ...

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Bremen, Germany

Bremen in north-west Germany is one of the two urban subdivisions – the other being Bremerhaven – that make up the country’s smallest land (state), Freie Hansestadt Bremen. A historic port 60km along the river Weser from the North Sea, the thriving city of Bremen’s economy embraces aerospace technology, vehicle ...

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Denver Union Station, United States of America

The Denver Union Station is a historic train station located in the downtown area of Denver, Colorado. The station opened in 1881, and was served by 80 trains a day operated by six different railroads until the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, trading as Amtrak, was formed in 1971. State-owned Amtrak ...

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