Saudi cabinet approves SR60bn for Makkah Metro project
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, December 31 - 2012 at 04:31
The Saudi cabinet has approved a SR60bn plan for the implementation of a metro rail network in Makkah, which would link the Makkah Metro and the Two Holy Mosques Express Train to facilitate access to the Grand Mosque, Arab News has reported. The first of four stations will be located in the Ajyad area, the second in Mount Madafea, the third in Shoab Amer at Gaazh region, and the forth in the Misfalah area.
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