The Ha Noi Urban Line 3 Extension the second phase of the priority urban rail lines in Ha Noi proposed in the urban transport masterplan, which was approved by the Prime Minister in July 2008. The initial stage, comprising 12.5 km of line 3 with 12 stations (eight elevated and four underground) is presently under the initial phases of implementation. The second phase, the extension is expected to commence from the current underground end of the first stage of Line 3 at Ha Noi railway station to Hoang Mai. Section, which is located to the south of the city centre. The estimated length is 8km, and alignment would follow an easterly direction for about 1.5km and then a south/southeast direction for the remaining 6.5km. The line is expected to continue underground for the first 3km and elevated for the remaining 5km, although final split between underground and elevated sections will be assessed and finalized under the proposed feasibility study (FS).
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