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After extended delays, trains on Buenos Aires’s new metro line should begin running within the next two months—and possibly even before the presidential election of October 28th. The H line, whose tunnels were completed in June, will have five stops along a north-south axis, serving neighbourhoods whose residents currently depend on buses for public transport. It will also allow riders to change lines without having to enter the city centre. The new line is expected to serve about 35,000 passengers a day as soon as it opens, and then eventually to carry more than 250,000 a day.


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