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Tehran Subway Fleet to Induct 44 Cars
Tehran Subway Fleet to Induct 44 Cars
Sunday, March 11, 2018

Tehran Subway Fleet to Induct 44 Cars

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Tehran Subway Fleet to Induct 44 Cars

Tehran Municipality announced that 44 cars will be added to Tehran Subway’s fleet next week.
Deputy mayor for transport affairs said the subway fleet’s capacity will increase by 174,000 people a day, the municipality’s official website reported.
Mohsen Pourseyyed-Aqaei added that 28 of the cars will be brand new and the rest will be face-lifted. 
 

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