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 is a rapid transit train system. In some cases, metro systems are referred to as

subways , U-Bahns  or undergrounds . As of April 2014, 168 metro systems in 55 countries are listed.

The earliest earliest metro system, system, the London Underground, first opened as an "underground railway" railway" in [1] [1] 1863;  its first first electrified underground u nderground line opened in 1890,  making the London Underground Underground the [2] world's first metro metro system.

1 Considerations Considerations 2 Legend 3 List 4 Metro systems under construction 5 See also 6 Notes 7 References 7.1 Footnotes 7.2 Online Online resource resources 7.3 Bibliography Bibliography 8 External links

The Shanghai Metro.

The New York C ity Subway.

The International Association of Public Transport (L’Union Internationale des Transports Publics, or UITP) defines metro systems as urban passenger transport systems, "operated on their own right of way and segregated from general road and pedestrian traffic." [3][4] The terms Heavy  rail  (mainly  (mainly in North America) and heavy urban rail  are  are essentially synonymous with the term "metro". [5][6][7] Heavy rail systems are also specifically defined as an "electric railway". [5][6] The dividing line between metro and other modes of public transport, such as light rail [5][6] and commuter rail, [5][6] is not always clear, and while UITP only makes distinctions between "metros" and "light rail", [3] the U.S.'s APTA and FTA distinguish all three modes. [5][6] A common way to distinguish metro from light rail is by their separation from other traffic. While light rail systems may share roads or have level crossings, a metro system runs, almost always, on a grade-separated exclusive right-ofway, with no access for pedestrians and other traffic. And in contrast to commuter rail or light rail, metro systems are primarily used for transport within a city, and have higher service frequencies and substantially higher passenger volume capacities. Furthermore, most metro systems do not share tracks with freight trains or inter-city rail services. It is however not relevant whether the system runs on steel wheels or rubber tyres, or if the power supply is from a third rail or Overhead line.

The London Underground.

The name of the system is not a criterion for inclusion or exclusion. Some cities use metro as a brand name for a transit line with no component of rapid transit whatsoever. Similarly, there are systems branded light rail that meet every criterion for being a rapid transit system. Some systems also incorporate light metro or light rail lines as part of the larger system under a common name. These are listed, but the light rail lines are not counted in the provided network data. Certain transit networks match the technical level and service standards of metro systems, but reach far out of the city and are sometimes known as suburban, regional or commuter rail. These are not included. Neither are funicular systems, or people movers, such as amusement park, ski resort and airport transport systems. This list counts metros separately when multiple metros in one city or metropolitan area have separate owners or operating companies. This list expressly does not aim at representing the size and scope of the total rapid transit network of a certain city or metropolitan area. The data of this list should not be used to infer the size of a city’s, region’s, or country’s rapid transit systems, or to establish a ranking. Doing so would in many cases lead to a gross misrepresentation.

Primary Primary city served by the metro system.

Country (i.e. independent nation or sovereign state) in which the metro system is located. The most common English name of the system (and the connecting Wiki page for that system). The year the system was opened for commercial service at metro standards. In other words, parts of the system may be older, but as parts of a former light rail or commuter rail network, so the year that the system obtained metro standards (e.g. electrified) is the one listed.

Countries with metro systems

The number of stations in the network, as quoted by the system's operating company. The system length of a metro network is the sum of the lengths of all routes in the rail network in kilometers (or miles). Each route is counted only once, regardless of how many lines pass over it, and regardless of whether it is single-track or multi-track, single carriageway or dual carriageway. The locations of all the world's metro systems

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Algiers

Algeria

Buenos Aires

Argentina

2011[8] Buenos Aires Underground 1913 Algiers Metro

10[8]

9.2 km (5.7 mi)[8]

2011[8][9]

83[10]

51.6 km (32.1 mi) [10] 2013[note 1]

Yerevan

Armenia

Yerevan Metro

1981[11]

10[11]

13.4 km (8.3 mi)[11]

1996[12]

Vienna

Austria

1976[14][15]

104[16]

80 km (50 mi)[16]

2013[16][note 2]

Baku

Azerbaijan

Vienna U-Bahn[13] Baku Metro

1967[17]

23[17]

34.6 km (21.5 mi) [17] 2011[note 3]

Minsk

Belarus

Minsk Metro

1984[18]

29[18]

37.3 km (23.2 mi) [18] 2014[18][note 4]

Brussels

Belgium

Brussels Metro

1976[19]

59[note 5]

39.9 km (24.8 mi) [20] 2009[note 6]

Belo Horizonte

Brazil

Belo Horizonte Metro

1986[21]

19[22]

28.1 km (17.5 mi) [23] 2002[21]

Brasília

Brazil

Brasília Metro

24[25]

Fortaleza

Brazil

Fortaleza Metro

2001[24] 2012

42.4 km (26.3 mi) [25] 2010[24] 43.0 km (26.7 mi) [26] 2012

Porto Alegre

Brazil

Porto Alegre Metro

Recife

Brazil

Rio de Janeiro Salvador São Paulo

1985

28[26] 22

43.4 km (27.0 mi)

Recife Metro

1985[27]

28[28]

39.5 km (24.5 mi) [28] 2009[27]

Brazil Brazil Brazil

Rio de Janeiro Metro Salvador Metro São Paulo Metro

1979[29] 2014

35[30] 5

41 km (25 mi)[30] 7.3 km (4.5 mi)

1974[31]

65[31]

74.8 km (46.5 mi) [31] 2014[31]

Sofia

Bulgaria

Sofia Metro

27[32]

Montreal

Canada

Montreal Metro

1998[32] 1966

68[33]

31.0 km (19.3 mi) [32] 2012[32] 69.2 km (43.0 mi) 2007[note 8]

Toronto

Canada

69[35]

68.3 km (42.4 mi) [35] 2002[35][note 9]

Vancouver

Canada

47[37]

Santiago

Chile

Toronto subway and RT[34] 1954[35] SkyTrain 1985[36] Santiago Metro 1975[38]

108[39]

68.6 km (42.6 mi) [37] 2009[note 10] 2011 103 km (64 mi) [39]

Valparaíso

Chile

Valparaíso Metro

2005[40]

20[41]

43 km (27 mi)[41]

Beijing

China

1971[note 11]

232[44][45][note 12] 465 km (289 mi) [44]

Changsha

China

Beijing Subway[42][43] Changsha Metro

Chengdu

China

Chengdu Metro

2014[46] 2010

19[46] 43

2013[note 7] 2010[29] 2014

2005 2014[44]

22.3 km (13.9 mi) [46] 2014[46] 49.7 km (30.9 mi) 2013[47]

Chongqing

China

Chongqing Rail Transit

2005

92

Dalian

China

Dalian Metro[50]

2003

Foshan

China

Guangzhou

China

FMetro[note 13] Guangzhou Metro

Harbin

China

Hangzhou

2013[49]

26

168 km (104 mi) [48] 103.8 km (64.5 mi)

2010

14

20.4 km (12.7 mi)

2010

1997

130[51][note 14]

2013[53]

Harbin Metro

2013

18[54][55]

China

Hangzhou Metro[56]

2012

31

Hong Kong

China

MTR

1979[58][note 16] 84[58]

Kunming

China

Kunming Rail Transit

2012

14

240 km (150 mi) [52] 17.5 km (10.9 mi)[54][55] 48.0 km (29.8 mi) 174.4 km (108.4 mi)[58] 40.1 km (24.9 mi)

Nanjing

China

Nanjing Metro[60]

2005

55

87.0 km (54.1 mi)

2010[60][note 19]

Ningbo

China

Ningbo Rail Transit[61]

2014

20

20.9 km (13.0 mi)

2014[61]

Shanghai

China

1993

China

2010

263[62][63][note 21] 538 km (334 mi) [64] 43 55.1 km (34.2 mi)

2013[64]

Shenyang

Shanghai Metro[note 20] Shenyang Metro

Shenzhen

China

Shenzhen Metro

2004

131

178.4 km (110.9 mi)

2011[66]

Suzhou

China

Suzhou Rail Transit

2012

46

52.3 km (32.5 mi)

2013[67][note 22]

Tianjin

China

Tianjin Metro

1984

86

135 km (84 mi)

2013[68]

Wuhan

China

Wuhan Metro

2004

61

79.1 km (49.2 mi)

2013[69]

Xi'an

China

Xi'an Metro

2011

36

45.9 km (28.5 mi)

2013[70][note 23]

Zhengzhou

China

Zhengzhou Metro

2013

20

26.3 km (16.3 mi)

2013[71]

Medellín Metro

1995[72]

27[73]

28.8 km (17.9 mi) [73] 2012[note 24]

Prague Metro

1974[74]

57[75]

59.4 km (36.9 mi) [75] 2008[note 25]

Medellín Prague

Colombia  Czech Republic

2013[50]

2013[54][55] 2012[57][note 15] 2009[note 17] 2013[59][note 18]

2013[65]

Copenhagen

Santo Domingo

  Denmark  Dominican Republic

Copenhagen Metro

2002

S-train[77][78][79][80]

1934

22[76] 85

Santo Domingo Metro

2009

30[81][82]

20.4 km (12.7 mi) [76] 2007 170 km (110 mi) 2007 27.4 km 2013[82] (17.0 mi)[81][82]

1987

57

70.2 km (43.6 mi)

1982[84]

17[85]

21.1 km (13.1 mi) [85] 2007[84]

Cairo

Egypt

Helsinki

Finland

Cairo Metro[83] Helsinki Metro

Lille

France

Lille Metro

1983[86]

60[87]

45 km (28 mi)[87]

Lyon

France

Lyon Metro

39[88]

Marseille

France

Marseille Metro

1978[88] 1977

28[89]

30.3 km (18.8 mi) [88] 2013[88][note 27] 21.5 km (13.4 mi) [89] 2010

Paris Rennes Toulouse

France France France

Paris Métro Rennes Metro Toulouse Metro

1900[90] 2002

303[91] 15

214 km (133 mi) [90] 9.4 km (5.8 mi)

1993[92]

37[92]

28.2 km (17.5 mi) [92] 2007[92][note 28]

Tbilisi

Georgia

Tbilisi Metro

22[94]

Berlin U-Bahn

1966[93] 1902

170[96]

27.1 km (16.8 mi) [94] 2000[95] 151.7 km (94.3 mi) [96] 2009

Berlin S-Bahn

1924[97]

166[97]

332 km (206 mi) [97]

Frankfurt U-Bahn [note 29] Hamburg U-Bahn

1968[98]

86[99]

64.9 km (40.3 mi) [99] 2010[98][note 30]

1912[100]

91[101]

104 km (65 mi) [101]

2012[note 31]

Hamburg S-Bahn

1907[102]

68[103]

147 km (91 mi) [103]

2008[note 32]

1971[104] 1972

96[104][note 33]

95 km (59 mi)[104]

2010[note 34]

35 km (22 mi)[105]

2011[note 35]

Berlin

Germany

Frankfurt

Germany

Hamburg

Germany

Munich

Germany

Munich U-Bahn

Nuremberg

Germany

Nuremberg U-Bahn

Athens

Greece

Athens Metro[note 36]

46[105] 1904[106][note 37] 61

Budapest

 Hungary

Budapest Metro

1896

52

2014[note 26] 2000[86]

2013 2002

2007

84.7 km (52.6 mi) [107] 2013[note 38] 38.2 km 2014[109]

List of driverless trains List of airport people mover systems List of monorail systems Total monorail systems statistics by country List of funicular railways List of suburban and commuter rail systems

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

List of trolleybus systems List of bus rapid transit systems Articulated bus Rapid transit in India List of Premetro systems

 Line A, Line B and Line H of the Buenos Aires Underground had their last expansions in 2013.  Line U2 was extended to Aspern Seestadt in 2013.  Latest restoration of old line in 2011  The Moskovskaya Line extended to Malinovka in 2014.  Not including stations of premetro Lines T3, T4 , and T7.  Line 2's loop was completed in 2009.  Extension of northernmost terminus to Novo Hamburgo in 2013.  See Orange Line (Montreal Metro)  See Sheppard line  See Canada Line  The Beijing Subway's first line began trial operations on October 1, 1969. It opened to revenue service under trial operations on January 15, 1971. Initially, only members of the public with credential letters from their work units could purchase tickets, but this restriction was removed on December 27, 1972. The subway line passed its final inspections and ended trial operations on September 15, 1981. During the trial operations period, annual ridership rose from 8.28 million in 1971 to 55.2 million in 1980. See the history section of the Beijing Subway for details and references.

12.  As of December 28, 2013, the number of unique stations in operation in the Beijing Subway is 232 . The unique station count treats the multiple platforms of a station complex as one station. If each station complex's platforms are counted as s eparate stations, then the total number of stations in operation as of February 15, 2014 would be 262. The unique station count of 232 excludes: the Erligou Station on Line 6, the Andelibeijie a nd National Art Museum Stations on Line 8, the Wangjing East Station on Line 15 and the Yizhuang Railway Station on the Yizhuang Line, which were not in use as of December 28, 2013. Also excluded are the three restricted stations of Line 1, which a re no longer used. The total station count of 262 excludes the stations listed above a nd treats the Gongyixiqiao Station as two stations, as the southern terminus for Line 4 and northern terminus for the Daxing Line, even though through-train service have effectively transformed the two lines into a single line for which the Gongyixiqiao Station is not a terminus but a single station. 13.  1st line of FMetro serves two cities - Foshan and Guangzhou 14.  The number excludes the stations and lengths on the Guangfo Metro/Guangfo Line, which is part of the FMetro in Foshan. 15.  Hangzhou Metro's Line 1. 16.  The East Rail Line that began metro service in 1979 overlapped with a conventional railway that had operated since 1910. 17.  Tseung Kwan O and West Rail lines. 18.  Kunming's Line 1. 19.  Nan jing South Railway Station. 20.  This figure excludes Maglev line and Jinshan Railway, both often included in Shanghai Metro maps but not considered part of the system. 21.  As of October 2013: If interchange stations are counted as a single station, there are 263 stations. If interchange stations are counted as multiple stations, there are 312 s tations. If interchange stations are counter as multiple stations, but shared tracks/platforms on Lines 3 and 4 are counted as a single station, there are 303 stations. 22.  Opening of Suzhou's Line 2. 23.  Xi'an Metro's Line 1. 24.  Extension of Line A from Itagüí south to La Estrella. 25.  Line C was last extended in 2008. 26.  Line 3's first section opened in 2012 and was e xtended in 2014. 27.  Extension of Lyon Metro's Line B to Oullins Gare station. 28.  Opening of Toulouse Metro's Line B. 29. ^ These systems have similarities to light rail systems, because of existence of road level crossings, but are listed since there are almost entirely separated from roads. 30.  Opening of Riedberg stretch of the U8 a nd U9 lines. 31.  Opening of Line U4.

32.  Extension of Line S1 to the airport. 33.  The official source states there are 100 stations in Munich U-Bahn system, but notes that four connecting/transfer stations have been counted twice; thus, there are 96 stations counting all stations once. 34.  The U3 extension from Olympia-Einkaufszentrum (OEZ) to Moosach. 35.  The U3 extension from Maxfeld to Friedrich-Ebert-Platz. 36.  The Blue Line (Line 3) also has a 20.7 kilometres (12.9 mi) section (with 4 stations) to the airport that is owned by the Hellenic Railways Organisation and is mainly used by the suburban railway system. "Homepage - The Company - Historic Data - Transit in Athens" (http://www.ametro.gr/page/default.asp?la=2&id=22). Attiko Metro S.A. Retrieved 2014-06-02. Schwandl, Robert. "Athina" (http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/gr/athens/athens.htm). UrbanRail.net . Retrieved 2014-06-03. 37.  The Green Line (Line 1), operated until 2011 by Athens-Piraeus Electric Railways, was opened in 1869 as a steam train railway line. It was electrified in 1904, extended with underground sections through the city in 1948, and extended to its full length to Kifissia in 1957 using the right-of-way of a former metre gauge suburban line. Full metro  operation since 1904 between Piraeus and Athens and 1957 to Kifissia. In 2011, it was integrated with Athens Metro under the company STASY S.A. "Homepage - The Company - Historic Data - Transit in Athens" (http://www.ametro.gr/page/default.asp?la=2&id=22). Attiko Metro S.A. Retrieved 2014-06-02. 38.  Line 3 extended west to Agia Marina on 14 December 2013. 39.  The Delhi Metro's six lines serve 137 stations, including the six stations on the Delhi Airport Metro Express line, if counting interchange stations only once, as of  September 2013. 40.  The 41.5 km (25.8 mi) Line 5 of the Tehran Metro is a commuter rail line, and so is not included in the statistics here - only Lines 1-4 a re. 41.  Opening of metro-standards Line 2. 42.  Extension of Line 3. 43.  Naples Metro is made up of Line 1 a nd Line 6 only. Line 2 is a commuter rail line. 44.  Opening of Toledo  station on Line 1 of Naples Metro. 45. ^  In general, the majority of urban rail service in Japanese metropolitan areas is provided by systems not included in this list. For a complete list of  urban rail systems in Japan, see List of urban rail systems in Japan. 46.  Statistics presented include Subway portions only – Nankō Port Town Line people mover line not included. 47.  Opening of Line 8. 48.  Yŏnggwang and Puhŭng opened in 1987 49.  Line 4 and Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Transit opened in 2011 50.  Daegu Subway Line 2 extension opened in 2012. 51.  Second phase of line 1

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