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|Văn Miếu Line |
Line 3: Nhổn - Hà Nội Station
Viaduct pillar on Line 3
|Native name||Tuyến Văn Miếu (số 3 Nhổn - ga Hà Nội)|
Hanoi Railway Station
|Stations||Phase 1: 12|
|Operator(s)||Hanoi Metro Company (HMC)|
|Rolling stock||10 4-carriage Alstom Metropolis trains (40 carriages) |
|Line length||Phase 1: 12.5 km (7.8 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
|Electrification||Third rail, 750 V DC|
|Operating speed||80 km/hour maximum|
Line 3, Hanoi Metro (Nhon - Hanoi Station section), also known as Văn Miếu Line, is one of the under-construction mass transit railway line in the Hanoi Metro network, will be the second line to be used in the metro network. This line is invested by Hanoi Metropolitan Railway Management Board and divided into two phases.
Phase 1 is 12.5 km long and consists of 12 stations in total, with 8.5 km elevated and 4 km underground, stretching from the city's western suburbs - Nhon - to the city center on Tran Hung Dao Street near Hanoi Railway Station. Its services are scheduled for completion in 2022 to 2023.
Beside 276 million euros from the Hanoi city's budget, the project also receives 726 million euros from the four donors - the French government (DGT), Agence française de développement (AFD), Asian Development Bank (ADB), and European Investment Bank (EIB).
Implementation of the project is delayed by four years compared to the original schedule with completion expected in 2021. As of March 2017, the project has achieved 30% physical progress over the elapsed project life of 9 years. However, due to land clearance issues, the project completion is expected to be delayed to 2023.
Line 3: Nhon - Hanoi Station section starts from Nhon - to National Highway 32 - Cau Dien - Mai Dich - Ring road 3 intersection - Cau Giay (ring road 2 intersection) - Kim Ma - Giang Vo - Cat Linh - Quoc Tu Giam and ends at Tran Hung Dao Street, in front of Hanoi Station.
12 stations including 8 elevated stations (Nhon, Minh Khai, Phu Dien, Cau Dien, Le Duc Tho, Vietnam National University, Chua Ha, Cau Giay) and 4 underground stations (Kim Ma, Cat Linh, Van Mieu, Hanoi Station), with concourse level, elevators and lifts. The railway platform is 109 m long.
1,435mm double-track European standard type-B rail; the trains will be 2.75–3 m wide, 20 m long and 3.69 m high. The capacity of each 4-wagon train is 916 passengers maximum, with a density of 6 passengers per meter square. The underground section, dug by Tunnel Boring Machine, consists of 2 single tubes.
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