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The Capital of Bangladesh Gets Its First Metro Line
The Capital of Bangladesh Gets Its First Metro Line0One of the most densely populated cities in the world has finally gotten its first metro line. Many of the 20 million residents of Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital, have been anxious for the metro line to open, which has taken six years to build.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hopes the new metro line will help reduce traffic in the city. She announced that each train would have one car reserved for women. The female operator for the inaugural ride described the experience of driving the train as a dream come true.

At first, the metro line will run directly about 12 km from Uttara to Agargaon, transporting roughly 60,000 people every hour. The government has stated that it will add more stations to the service in the near future. The master plan includes six lines and 100 stations.

The new transport system will provide much-needed relief for the city known for having some of the world’s worst traffic, where an estimated $3 billion (W3.71 trillion) is lost each year from lost work time.

Boram Ma
For The Junior Times
 
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1. What does Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina hope the new metro line will achieve?
2. What does the government plan to do next?
3. Why does Dhaka need the metro line?
 
1. What do you think the traffic is so bad in Dhaka?
2. What is the traffic like in Korea?
3. What do you think about the metro system in Korea?
4. What can Dhaka do to resolve their traffic problem?
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