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A Complete(ish) Map of HCMC's Metro System

Saigoneer’s resident historian, Tim Doling, is not only enamored with Vietnamese history, but also the country’s railways, having published The Railways and Tramways of Việt Nam. As Saigon gears up for its first metro line, Tim was kind enough to put together this map of what the full system will look like (note that it's based off of the latest information as of 2012) when completed (whenever that will be).


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First Phase of Metro Line No. 5 Fully Funded

Vietnam Announces Plan for 8 Line, $16 Billion Railway

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