Qatar to launch work on three metro stations soon
- Qatar: Sunday, January 20 - 2013 at 04:31
Qatar is set to launch the construction of three metro rail stations in Msheireb, Al Rayyan and behind the Qatar National Museum, as part of the Qatar Integrated Railway project, the Peninsula has reported. The new stations, along with two other stations in Doha and its outskirts, are among the 47 stations planned under the rail project. The Qatar Integrated Railway Project covers four metro lines in Doha, tram routes in West Bay and Lusail, a high-speed line and dedicated freight railways.
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