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Can trains solve Kampala's traffic problem?

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Traffic. It's a universal problem for Africa's mushrooming urban centers. Uganda is trying a new approach. For the first time in three decades, passenger trains are once again chugging in and out of the Kampala train station, but this time they are bringing in commuters from a suburb outside the capital.

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