Puebla pencils in light rail for 2015

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Thursday, December 18, 2014

The government of Mexico's Puebla state will begin work next year on a 560mn-peso (US$38mn) light rail train project to connect Puebla municipality with San Andrés Cholula.

The 17.5km line, which will have five stations, is expected to be finished by mid-September, according to local media reports. Project tenders have yet to be announced.

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Earlier this month, French firm Alstom and CPVM, a unit of Spain's OHL, won the contract to build Guadalajara city's high-speed rail line No. 3.