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World Metro Database

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All numerical data by Jordi Serradell, except: Ridership data by John Kennes. UN population data by Nordpil 2010. Ticket prices by UBS (Prices and Earnings, 2009, PDF, p. 20). Gauge, voltage, train width, and non-numerical data by Mike Rohde. Cities found their way into the list according to Metrobits' criteria.

'Stations*' (with an asterisk) counts each interchange station as one. Daily ridership is annual ridership divided by 365 (for convenience; please note that weekday and weekend ridership may differ significantly and refer to the Annual Ridership column if desired). Ticket prices are for 10 km or 10 stops Price of a single ticket for the public transport network (bus, streetcar or metro) for a journey of approx. 10 km/6 miles or at least 10 stops (2009). Only one logo per city is shown.



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1 New YorkNew York CityUSASubway27 Oct 1904370.4 km2713.7838 m17.412,20020121,655 million1.53 EURright1435third rail625, 650 (PATH)yesAccording to official website. PATH not included (22.2 km, 13 stations). SIR not included
2 BeijingPekingChinaSubway1 Oct 1969554.0 km1830.81,753 m18.612,20020122,460 million0.15 EURright1435third rail825PGDs on lines 5, 13. PSDs on lines 8, 10yesall lines
3 ParisFranceMétro19 Jul 1900219.9 km1613.7599 m23.919,00020111,524 million1.57 EURright (metro), left (RER)1435third rail750lines 1, 14, rubber-tyredlines 1, 4, 6, 11, 141998lines 1, 13 (part), 14lines 1, 2, 5, 9lines 1, 2, 5, 7bis, 9, 14
4 CologneGermanyStadtbahn11 Oct 196847.4 km153.21,185 m3.7right1435overhead wire750new light rail trains onlyyesApprox. 45 km metro-like. 30 km underground.
5 ShanghaiChinaMetro10 Apr 1995588.0 km1442.01,680 m26.010,60020122,276 million0.34 EURright1435overhead wire1500newer line 4 stations and refitted line 1 stationsyesMaglev and Line 22 not included
6 MadridSpainMetro17 Oct 1919293.0 km1322.51,050 m22.55,9402011635 million1.00 EURleft1445overhead wire600tests in 2010, plans for 2011yesyesML1, ML2, ML3 not included (27.8 km, 37 st.; Embajadores=Acacias)
7 TokyoJapanMetro30 Dec 1927304.5 km1323.41,099 m22.327,90020113,102 million1.57 EURleft1067, 1435 (Ginza, Marunouchi, Asakusa, Oedo lines), 1372 (Shinjuku line)overhead wire, third rail (Ginza, Marunouchi lines)1500, 600 (Ginza, Marunouchi lines)Yurikamome Waterfront line, rubber-tyredYurikamome line1995Marunouchi, Mita, Namboku, Yurakucho, Yurikamome linesyesyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe. Saitama, Yurikamone, Monorail, Yamanote, Chuo, Rinkai not incl.
8 Mexico CityMexicoMetro5 Sep 1969201.1 km1216.81,099 m16.321,90020121,609 million0.14 EURright1995third rail750yesNot sure about length
9 MoscowRussiaMetro15 May 1935333.6 km1227.81,774 m16.719,60020112,389 million0.50 EURright1520third rail825lines 3, 5 since 2009Monorail (6 stations, 4.7 km) not included.
10 BarcelonaSpainMetro30 Dec 1924139.4 km1112.7835 m16.27,6502011389 million1.35 EURright1435third rail (TMB), overhead wire (FGC)1200lines L9, L10, L112009lines L9, L10, L11yesyesTram lines not included (1.8 km subway tram line, T5)
11 LondonUnited KingdomUnderground10 Jan 1863402.0 km1136.51,552 m24.57,98020111,171 million2.75 EURleft1435third rail600, 750 (DLR)Docklands Light Rail1987Jubilee Line extensionCircle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan linesMetropolitan Line, DLRDLR not included (31.4 km, 39 stations). East London Line removed (will be assigned to Overground). Overground: 86 km, 55 st.
12 BerlinGermanyU-Bahn18 Feb 1902147.4 km1014.7797 m19.59,3902011505 million2.10 EURright1435third rail750yes
13 Hong KongHong Kong S.A.R.MTR1 Oct 1979178.0 km1017.82,046 m9.722,20020121,444 million0.91 EURleft1435overhead wire1500 (MTR), 25000 (KCR)Disneyland Resort LineSI, WI lines, planned2005all underground stationsyesyes
14 GuangzhouCantonChinaMetro28 Jun 1999263.5 km929.31,627 m19.019,00020121,825 millionright1435third rail825APM line (underground people mover)Zhujiang people mover2010yesyesyesAPM included (3,9 km +9 stations)
15 OsakaJapanSubway20 May 1933137.8 km915.31,111 m14.816,6002010836 millionleft1435third rail750, 600 (Nanko Port Town Line)Nanko Port Town Line, rubber-tyredNanko Port Town Line1981all stations on the Nanko Port Town LineyesMonorail not included (23.8 km, 18 st). OTS + new tram included
16 SeoulSouth KoreaSubway15 Aug 1974326.5 km936.31,114 m33.621,10020122,518 million0.54 EURright1435overhead wire1500lines 2 and 9, planned for all lines by 2010yesyesOnly metro section.
17 ChicagoUSA"L"6 Jun 1892166.0 km820.81,145 m19.13,6602011222 million1.58 EURright1435third rail600yes151 Stations and 173 km (UrbanRail.net)
18 DelhiIndiaMetro24 Dec 2002214.9 km730.71,360 m23.67,7302011606 million0.12 EURleft1676, 1435 (Green, Violet lines)overhead wire25000Line 5, Airport Metro ExpressyesyesGurgaon metro included
19 Buenos AiresArgentinaSubte1 Dec 191353.9 km69.0674 m14.315,7002011308 million0.24 EURleft1435overhead wire, third rail (Line B)1500, 1100 (Line B)yesPremetro line not included
20 CaracasVenezuelaMetro27 Mar 198366.5 km611.11,386 m9.020,0002009485 million0.31 EUR1435third rail750yesMetro Los Teques included (11.2km)
21 MunichGermanyU-Bahn19 Oct 197194.2 km615.7981 m17.010,5002010360 million2.30 EURright1435third rail750yes
22 Sao PauloSão PauloBrazilMetrô14 Sep 197478.4 km613.11,206 m11.830,6002012877 million0.76 EURright1600third rail (lines 1-3), overhead wire (lines 4, 5)750 (lines 1-3), 1500 (lines 4, 5)line 42010lines 2, 3, 4 (since 2010)all metro lines and regional raillines 4, 5C Line: 26 km + 16 st. E Line: 22km + 7 st).Monorail included
23 ShenzhenChinaMetro28 Dec 2004230.3 km638.41,611 m24.81,5702009132 millionright1435yesyesyes
24 WashingtonWashington, D.C.USAMetrorail27 Mar 1976189.9 km631.62,134 m15.83,1502012218 millionright1435third rail750yes
25 BangkokThailandSkytrain, MRT5 Dec 1999109.4 km521.91,519 m15.46,1402011245 million0.64 EURleft1435linearGreen line1999Green line, Blue lineyes
26 BusanPusanSouth KoreaSubway19 Jul 1985133.4 km526.71,085 m25.66,5702012320 millionrightLine 4Line 42011line 3
27 IstanbulTurkeyMetro16 Sep 200090.0 km518.01,385 m14.02,370201178 million0.63 EURright1435overhead wire, third rail (Line M2)750Seyrantepe station on line M2some linessome linesWikipedia. Hafif Metro not included (25.8 km, 24 stations, 2 lines)
28 MumbaiBombayIndiaSuburban Railway171.0 km534.22,515 m14.60.17 EURIn fact, 4 suburban railway lines with metro frequency
29 OsloNorwayT-Bane22 May 196662.0 km512.4861 m15.43,360201076 million2.67 EURright1435third rail750yesLine 1 not included (it has level crossings). Length not sure
30 RotterdamNetherlandsMetro10 Feb 196879.3 km515.91,391 m12.43,010200887 millionright1435third rail750
31 Saint PetersburgLeningradRussiaMetro15 Nov 1955113.5 km522.71,831 m13.419,0002011786 millionright1520third rail825windowless steel doors in ten stationsAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
32 San FranciscoUSABART11 Sep 1972166.9 km533.44,279 m8.81,8202012111 millionright1676third rail1000yesWide sliding doors between cars since the 1970sMUNI not included (8 underground stations)
33 SantiagoSantiago de ChileChileMetro15 Sep 1975102.4 km520.5994 m21.617,1002011640 million0.55 EURright1435third rail750yesyes
34 SingaporeSingaporeMRT7 Nov 1987167.4 km533.51,481 m23.613,0002011794 million0.97 EURleft1435third rail750North-East Line, Circle Line, Downtown Line, and the 3 rubber-tyred LRT linesLRT lines2003yesyesyes
35 TaipeiTaiwanMRT28 Mar 1996131.3 km526.31,172 m23.413,6002012652 million0.60 EURright2060third rail750Wenshan (Muzha) VAL lineLine 11996PGDs in the busier MRT stations, PSDs in all VAL stationsyesyes131.3km website
36 TehranIranMetro21 Feb 2000150.6 km530.11,655 m19.28,7302011480 million1435third rail750yes
37 TianjinTientsinChinaMetro28 Mar 2004144.1 km528.81,602 m19.01,220201064 millionright1435third rail825platform gate doorsyes
38 ViennaAustriaU-Bahn25 Feb 197879.0 km515.8798 m20.818,5002010534 million1.70 EURright1435third rail750yesyesAccording to official website. Premetro tunnel not included
39 AmsterdamNetherlandsMetro16 Oct 197732.7 km48.21,128 m8.37,120200985 million2.09 EURright1435third rail750M5 type train setsM5 type train setsSneltram not included (9.8 km, 19 stations; 'Metros in Holland')
40 AnkaraTurkeyMetro30 Aug 199655.1 km413.81,344 m11.35,6202007113 millionright1435third rail750metro line1997yesyes
41 BielefeldGermanyStadtbahn21 Sep 19715.2 km41.31,733 m1.8rightFull metro section length unknown. Only metro section included
42 BostonUSAThe T1 Sep 189767.7 km416.91,075 m16.85,9502010147 millionright1435third rail, overhead wire (Green Line)600yesRed tram not included. Green subway section included
43 BucharestRomaniaMetro16 Nov 197969.3 km417.31,505 m12.56,7702011171 million0.40 EURright1435third rail825
44 CharleroiBelgiumMétro Léger21 Jun 197617.5 km44.4921 m5.8total length 33,3 km, 12 underground stations, 23 full metro stations. Wiki
45 ChengduChinaMetro27 Sep 2010108.6 km427.11,308 m21.82,6002012103 millionrightyesyeshttp://railway-technology.com/projects/chengdu-metro
46 ChongqingChungkingChinaMonorail18 Jun 2005203.0 km450.71,780 m29.5rightThe three underground stations (Daping, Linjiangmen, and Jiaochangkou) have PSDsyesyes
47 DalianChinaMetro1 May 2003141.0 km435.32,712 m14.0854201244 millionrightMetro and suburban service
48 HamburgGermanyU-Bahn1 Mar 1912104.7 km426.21,102 m24.85,2102011199 millionright1435third rail750DT5 type train setsDT5 type train setsAccording to official website
49 LisbonPortugalMetro29 Dec 195944.3 km411.1852 m14.011,3002010183 million0.80 EURleft1435third rail750yes
50 LyonFranceMétro28 Apr 197831.8 km47.9795 m11.022,1002009257 million1.60 EURleft1435third rail750line D/Maggaly, rubber-tyred, no PSDsyes1991
51 MilanMilanoItalyMetropolitana1 Nov 196496.9 km424.2889 m28.39,2702007328 million1.00 EURright1435overhead wire, third rail (line M1)1500, 750 (line M1)line M52013line M5yesyes
52 MontrealMontréalCanadaMetro14 Oct 196669.2 km417.31,003 m18.38,6702006219 million1.67 EURright1994third rail750yes
53 NagoyaJapanSubway15 Nov 195793.1 km423.31,001 m24.312,6002008427 millionleft1435, 1067 (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)third rail, overhead wire (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)600, 1500 (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)Tobu Kyuryo maglev line2005Tobu Kyuryo maglev lineyesyes3 stations +
54 NanjingNankingChinaMetro27 Aug 2005142.3 km435.61,530 m24.36,6202011344 millionrightLine 2yesyes
55 TorontoCanadaSubway30 Apr 195471.3 km417.81,019 m18.510,7002006278 million1.67 EURright1480third rail600yes
56 WuhanHankouChinaMetro28 Sep 2004128.3 km432.11,258 m26.51,560201173 millionright
57 AthensGreeceMetro195460.3 km320.1973 m21.715,5002008342 million1.00 EURright1435third rail600yesyesairport line not included (21 km and 4 stations more): 81,3 km + 69 st
58 BakuAzerbaijanMetro6 Nov 196736.6 km312.21,662 m8.313,7002011183 millionright1520third rail825
59 BrusselsBelgiumMétro20 Sep 197632.2 km310.7555 m20.311,3002009133 million1.53 EURright (left on lines 1 and 6 between Midi and Roi Baudouin)1435third rail900line 1Premetro tunnels not included, 11 stations
60 BudapestHungaryMetro2 May 189633.0 km311.0846 m14.025,1002011302 million0.95 EURright1435third rail, overhead wire (Line M1)825, 600 (Line M1)
61 CairoEgyptMetro27 Sep 198777.9 km326.01,277 m21.329,4002010837 million0.14 EURleft1435overhead wire15005 stations
62 DaeguTaeguSouth KoreaSubway26 Nov 199781.2 km327.1944 m29.74,2902012127 millionlines 1, 2
63 DortmundGermanyStadtbahn17 May 197629.5 km39.8866 m12.3right1435overhead wire600H-Bahn1984yesRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
64 EssenGermanyStadtbahn5 Oct 196720.2 km36.7842 m9.0right1435overhead wire750yesRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
65 FrankfurtFrankfurt am MainGermanyU-Bahn4 Oct 196820.5 km36.8732 m10.32.30 EURright1435overhead wire750yes20.40 km, 27 stations underground ('Schnellbahnen in Deutschland')
66 FukuokaJapanSubway26 Jul 198129.8 km39.9931 m11.711,4002007124 millionleft1067overhead wire1500yesyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
67 HangzhouHangchowChinaMetro24 Nov 201281.5 km327.21,509 m19.0Wikipedia
68 HanoverHannoverGermanyStadtbahn28 Sep 197518.6 km36.21,033 m7.0right1435overhead wire600yes18.60 km, 17 stations underground ('Schnellbahnen in Deutschland')
69 KharkovKharkivUkraineMetro23 Aug 197538.5 km312.81,426 m10.017,8002011250 millionrightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
70 KievKyivUkraineMetro22 Oct 196067.6 km322.51,380 m17.321,0002011519 million0.27 EURright1520third rail825
71 Kuala LumpurMalaysiaLRT, Monorail16 Dec 1996100.1 km333.41,236 m28.02,9802008109 million0.37 EURleftLRT1996KLIA line to airport, Kelana Jaya line's underground stationsyes
72 KunmingChinaMetro28 Jun 201258.5 km319.51,950 m11.0yes
73 Los AngelesUSAMetro Rail30 Jan 199359.3 km319.82,196 m10.02,130201146 million1.91 EURright1435overhead wire, third rail (Red, Purple lines)750yesRed, Purple and Green lines
74 ManilaPhilippinesMRT1 Dec 198451.5 km317.21,256 m14.718,4002008346 million0.18 EURrightyesyesLength not sure
75 NaplesItalyMetropolitana28 Mar 199334.8 km311.61,160 m11.02,760201135 millionleft1435overhead wire1500M3 and M4 not included (M3: 12.3 km, 12 sta. M4: 8.3 km, 8 sta.)
76 NurembergGermanyU-Bahn1 Mar 197236.0 km312.0800 m16.08,9802011118 millionright1435third rail750lines U2, U3, no PSDs, sharing tracks with driver-operated trains2008yes
77 PhiladelphiaUSASubway4 Mar 190762.0 km320.7984 m22.04,7302011107 millionright1435, 1588 (Market-Frankford Line)third rail600, 685 (PATCO)yesPATCO line included. Subway trolley not (10 stations)
78 PragueCzech RepublicMetro9 May 197465.1 km321.71,122 m20.322,3002011530 million0.65 EURright1435third rail750yes
79 Rio de JaneiroBrazilMetrô5 Mar 197955.5 km318.51,423 m14.010,5002010212 million0.77 EURright1600third rail750yes
80 RomeItalyMetropolitana10 Feb 195561.0 km320.3859 m24.714,9002008331 million1.00 EURleft1435overhead wire1500yesyes
81 SapporoJapanSubway16 Dec 197148.0 km316.01,043 m16.311,9002008209 millionleft2150, 2180 (Namboku Line)overhead wire, third rail (Namboku Line)1500, 750 (Namboku Line)yesyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
82 StockholmSwedenTunnelbana1 Oct 1950105.7 km335.21,047 m34.78,0102011309 million3.73 EURleft1435third rail650, 750 (Blue Line)According to official website. 7 operational lines
83 SydneyAustraliaCityrail192622.1 km37.42,005 m4.72.92 EURleftyesOnly underground stations in downtown
84 TashkentUzbekistanMetro6 Nov 197736.2 km312.11,392 m9.74,920201065 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
85 The HagueNetherlandsRandstadRail16 Oct 200427.9 km39.31,033 m10.0rightFull metro section length unknown (47 km?)
86 ValenciaSpainMetro3 Oct 198831.8 km310.6909 m12.7right1000overhead wire1500yesyesFull metro section length unknown.
87 VancouverCanadaSkyTrain3 Jan 198669.5 km323.21,511 m16.34,7302011120 millionright1435third rail600Skytrain, LIM technology, currently the world's longest automated system1986yesyes
88 YokohamaJapanSubway16 Dec 197257.6 km319.21,280 m16.09,4202008198 millionleft1435third rail750Kanazawa Seaside line, LRT, rubber-tyredKanazawa Seaside LRT1989Kanazawa Seaside LRT lineyesKanazawa Line not included (10.6 km)
89 AntwerpAntwerpenBelgiumPremetro25 Mar 19757.6 km23.8844 m5.51000overhead wire600
90 AtlantaUSAMARTA30 Jun 197979.2 km239.62,141 m19.51,180200734 millionright1435third rail750yes
91 BangaloreBengaluruIndiaMetro15 Sep 201129.2 km214.61,043 m15.0
92 BilbaoSpainMetro11 Nov 199543.4 km221.71,113 m20.55,680201190 millionleft1000overhead wire1500yesyesAccording to Metro Bilbao
93 BochumGermanyStadtbahn26 May 197921.5 km210.8797 m14.5right1435overhead wire660Rhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
94 BursaTurkeyBursaray19 Aug 200231.5 km215.81,086 m15.5
95 ChangshaChinaMetro29 Apr 201450.2 km225.11,224 m21.5
96 ChennaiMadrasIndiaMRTS19 Oct 199729.5 km214.81,283 m12.5Correction according to Urbanrail and Wikipedia
97 ChibaJapanMonorail28 Mar 198815.5 km27.8969 m9.0left
98 CopenhagenDenmarkMetro19 Oct 200221.0 km210.51,050 m11.07,050201154 million2.81 EURright1435third rail750all metro lines2002all underground stationsall metro and S-Tog trainsyesAccording to official website
99 DubaiUnited Arab EmiratesMetro9 Sep 200969.7 km234.81,549 m23.54,2802012109 million0.56 EURright1435third rail750metro2009metro, monorailyesyes
100 DuesseldorfDüsseldorfGermanyStadtbahn4 Oct 198113.0 km26.5721 m10.0right1435overhead wire600yesRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
101 DuisburgGermanyStadtbahn11 Jul 199214.3 km27.21,304 m6.5rightyesRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
102 GuadalajaraMexicoMetro1 Sep 198924.0 km212.0889 m14.5right
103 IncheonInchonSouth KoreaSubway6 Oct 199958.5 km229.31,083 m28.04,170201289 millionyes
104 KaohsiungGaoxiongTaiwanMRT9 Mar 200845.0 km222.51,250 m19.03,170201252 million1435third rail750MRT
105 KobeJapanSubway13 Mar 197730.6 km215.31,275 m13.010,8002008121 millionleft1435overhead wire, third rail (Portliner)1500, 600 (Portliner)Port Liner and Rokko Liner, rubber-tyredPort Liner and Rokko Liner1981Port Liner and Rokko LineryesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe. Portliner, Rokko lines not included (15 st)
106 KyotoJapanSubway1 Apr 198131.3 km215.61,043 m16.011,0002008126 millionleft1435overhead wire1500Tozai lineyes
107 LausanneSwitzerlandMetro24 May 199113.7 km26.8507 m14.5line m2line m22008Line m2yesOnly m2 is a full metro (27.10.2008: 5.9 km, 14 sta). Line m1: 3 underground stations
108 LilleFranceMétro25 Apr 198345.5 km222.8758 m31.05,780200996 millionright2060third rail750VALyes1983VAL, all stationsyes
109 MalagaMálagaSpainMetro30 Jul 201412.0 km26.0800 m8.5
110 MarseilleFranceMétro26 Nov 197721.8 km210.9779 m15.09,430201175 millionright1435third rail750yes
111 MedellinMedellínColombiaMetro30 Nov 199531.3 km215.61,204 m14.014,9002011170 million1435overhead wire1500Metro Cable not included, 4 stations
112 MinskBelarusMetro26 Jun 198437.2 km218.61,379 m14.520,7002012281 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
113 MonterreyMexicoMetro25 Apr 199131.5 km215.81,050 m16.012,0002009138 millionrightyes
114 MuelheimMülheim an der RuhrGermanyStadtbahn3 Nov 19799.0 km24.5819 m6.5right1435overhead wire750Rhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
115 NewcastleNewcastle upon TyneUnited KingdomTyne & Wear Metro7 Aug 198076.5 km238.31,297 m30.51,360201138 millionleft1435overhead wire1500
116 NingboChinaMetro30 May 201474.5 km237.31,520 m25.5Line 1
117 Nizhny NovgorodGorkyRussiaMetro20 Nov 198518.9 km29.41,454 m7.53,910201027 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
118 NovosibirskRussiaMetro7 Jan 198616.4 km28.21,487 m6.512,700201176 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
119 OportoPortoPortugalMetro7 Dec 200221.7 km210.91,550 m8.0right1435overhead wire750yesyes16 undeground stations, 9,5 km underground. Total 70km81st Wiki
120 PyongyangNorth KoreaMetro6 Sep 197322.5 km211.31,607 m8.04,380200936 million1435third rail825
121 RecifeBrazilMetrô11 Mar 198539.7 km219.91,418 m15.0rightAccording to official website
122 Saint LouisUSAMetrolink31 Jul 199373.4 km236.72,097 m18.5right
123 Santo DomingoDominican RepublicMetro30 Jan 200924.8 km212.4886 m15.03,200201129 million1435yes
124 SendaiJapanSubway15 Jul 198728.7 km214.41,025 m15.05,540200858 millionleft1067overhead wire1500yes
125 ShenyangMukdenChinaMetro27 Sep 201054.8 km227.41,274 m22.5rightyes
126 SofiaBulgariaMetro28 Jan 199837.5 km218.81,136 m17.52,120200929 million0.51 EURright1435third rail825
127 StuttgartGermanyStadtbahn10 Jun 196624.0 km212.01,412 m9.5right1435overhead wire750yesyes24 km underground. (Schnellbahnen in Deutschland)
128 SuzhouSu-chouChinaSubway29 Apr 201252.0 km226.01,182 m23.0rightyes
129 TbilisiGeorgiaMetro11 Jan 196626.3 km213.11,315 m11.09,170200888 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
130 ToulouseFranceMétro26 Jun 199327.5 km213.8764 m19.010,3002011103 millionright2060third rail750VALyes1993VALyes
131 WarsawPolandMetro7 Apr 199528.7 km214.41,104 m14.013,4002011140 million0.47 EURright1435third rail825
132 WuxiWushiChinaMetro1 Jul 201456.1 km228.01,275 m23.0
133 XianXi'anChinaMetro16 Sep 201151.9 km226.01,366 m20.03,110201259 million1435yes
134 ZhengzhouChengchowChinaMetro26 Dec 201346.9 km223.51,381 m18.0
135 AdanaTurkeyMetro18 Mar 200913.5 km113.51,125 m13.0
136 AlgiersAlgeriaMetro1 Nov 201113.5 km113.51,038 m14.01435third rail750yesyes
137 AlmatyAlma-AtaKazakhstanMetro1 Jan 201110.3 km110.31,293 m9.01,85020127 million
138 BaltimoreUSAMetro Subway21 Nov 198324.5 km124.51,885 m14.02,010201118 millionright1435third rail700yes
139 Belo HorizonteBrazilMetrô1 Aug 198628.1 km128.11,563 m19.0rightAccording to official website
140 BonnGermanyStadtbahn22 Mar 19759.0 km19.0818 m12.0right1435overhead wire7509 km, 12 stations underground. Approx. 17 km metro-like
141 BrasiliaBrazilMetrô31 Mar 200142.0 km142.01,826 m24.03,590200955 millionright
142 BresciaItalyMetro22 Dec 201213.1 km113.1819 m17.0metro2012According to official website
143 BuffaloUSAMetro Rail18 May 19858.4 km18.41,194 m8.0rightOnly tunnel section
144 CataniaItalyMetropolitana27 Jun 19993.8 km13.8760 m6.0right1435overhead wire3000metroitaliane.it
145 ChangchunHsinkingChinaLRTOct 200217.0 km117.01,133 m16.0right(17 km, 16 stations on viaduct = metro). 14.6 km, 17 st on streets
146 ClevelandUSARapid Transit15 Mar 195531.0 km131.01,824 m18.053020116 millionright1435overhead wire6002 Light Rail lines not included
147 DaejeonTaejonSouth KoreaSubway16 Mar 200622.6 km122.61,076 m22.04,610201138 millionyes
148 DetroitUSAPeople MoverJul 19874.8 km14.8400 m13.0right1435third rail600downtown people mover, LIM technology1987yes
149 DnepropetrovskDnipropetrovskUkraineMetro29 Dec 19957.1 km17.11,420 m6.03,47020109 million1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
150 DongguanChinaMetro27 May 201638.8 km138.82,771 m15.0
151 EdmontonCanadaLight Rail22 Apr 197820.4 km120.41,457 m15.0right
152 EsfahanIsfahanIranUrban railway15 Oct 201511.2 km111.21,244 m10.0
153 FuzhouChinaMetro18 May 20169.7 km19.71,212 m9.0
154 GelsenkirchenGermanyStadtbahn1 Sep 19845.5 km15.5690 m9.0right1000overhead wire600Rhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
155 GenoaItalyMetropolitana13 Jun 19907.1 km17.11,014 m8.0right1435overhead wire750yesmetroitaliane.it
156 GlasgowUnited KingdomSubway14 Dec 189610.4 km110.4743 m15.03,420201113 millionleft1219third rail600
157 GwangjuSouth KoreaSubway28 Apr 200420.1 km120.11,058 m20.02,450201118 millionyes
158 HaifaIsraelCarmelit19591.8 km11.8350 m6.0
159 HarbinHaerbinChinaSubway26 Sep 201317.5 km117.51,029 m18.0
160 HelsinkiFinlandMetro3 Aug 198221.0 km121.01,313 m17.08,090201162 million2.10 EURright1524third rail750yesAccording to Metros in Skandinavien (R.Schwandl)
161 HiroshimaJapanMonorail20 Aug 199418.4 km118.4876 m22.02,680200518 millionleftyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
162 IzmirTurkeyMetro22 May 200020.1 km120.11,256 m17.08,590201163 million1435third rail750
163 JacksonvilleUSASkyway30 May 19896.9 km16.91,380 m6.0right2060third rail750downtown monorail people mover1989
164 JaipurIndiaMetrorail3 Jun 20159.6 km19.61,200 m9.0
165 KamakuraJapanMonorail3 Mar 19706.6 km16.6943 m8.0leftShonan Monorail.
166 KazanRussiaMetro27 Aug 200515.8 km115.81,756 m10.04,680201227 millionrightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
167 KitakyushuJapanMonorail9 Jan 19858.8 km18.8733 m13.0leftyes
168 KolkataCalcuttaIndiaMetro Railway24 Oct 198429.7 km129.71,291 m24.016,0002009173 millionright25 km wikipedia, 27.50 km urbanrail ???
169 Kryvyi RihKrivoy RogUkraineMetrotram26 Dec 198618.0 km118.01,636 m12.0
170 Las VegasUSAMonorail15 Jul 20046.2 km16.21,033 m7.0rightmonorail2004yesHotels monorails not included
171 LimaPeruTren Urbano5 Apr 201234.4 km134.41,376 m26.00.29 EUR
172 MaracaiboVenezuelaMetro8 Jun 20096.5 km16.51,300 m6.0yes
173 MashhadIranUrban railway10 Oct 201123.5 km123.51,022 m24.0
174 MeccaMakkahSaudi ArabiaMetro13 Nov 201018.1 km118.12,263 m9.0right1435third rail1500yesyesyes
175 MiamiUSAMetrorail21 May 198439.8 km139.81,809 m23.01,240201118 million1.66 EURright1435third rail750downtown people mover, rubber-tyredDowntown people mover1986yesMetromover not included (20 stations, 7 km)
176 NahaJapanMonorail10 Aug 200312.8 km112.8914 m15.0left
177 NanchangChinaRail Transit26 Dec 201528.7 km128.71,248 m24.0
178 NanningChinaMetro28 Jun 201611.2 km111.21,244 m10.0
179 NewarkUSALight Rail26 May 19352.2 km12.2733 m4.0right4 underground stations
180 Palma de MallorcaSpainMetro25 Apr 20078.3 km18.31,038 m9.010001500
181 Panama CityPanamaMetro5 Apr 201413.7 km113.71,142 m13.0
182 PerugiaItalyMinimetro29 Jan 20083.0 km13.0500 m7.0Minimetro2008
183 PittsburghUSAT3 Jul 19854.8 km14.8960 m6.0rightFull metro section length unknown (all lines: 40 km).2.90 is the length of the tunnel section.
184 Porto AlegreBrazilMetro2 Mar 198533.8 km133.82,112 m17.0rightAccording to official website
185 PoznanPolandFast Tram1 Mar 19976.1 km16.11,220 m6.0Rapid Tram
186 QingdaoTsingtaoChinaMetro16 Dec 201512.0 km112.01,333 m10.0
187 RennesFranceMétro16 Mar 20029.0 km19.0643 m15.014,300201147 millionrightVALyes2002VALyes
188 RouenFranceMétro17 Dec 19942.2 km12.2550 m5.05 underground stations
189 SalvadorBrazilMetrô11 Jun 201411.9 km111.91,700 m8.01435yes
190 SamaraKuybyshevRussiaMetro26 Dec 198711.6 km111.61,289 m10.03,780201116 millionright1520third rail825According to Mr. Yuri Popov
191 San JuanPuerto RicoTren Urbano6 Jun 200517.2 km117.21,147 m16.01,750201111 million
192 SeattleUSALight Rail18 Jul 200927.2 km127.21,943 m15.0rightyesDowntown tunnel section considered as a full metro
193 SevilleSevillaSpainMetro2 Apr 200918.0 km118.0900 m21.0Line 1
194 ShirazIranMetro11 Oct 201410.5 km110.52,100 m6.0
195 TabrizIranMetro28 Aug 20157.0 km17.01,400 m6.0
196 TamaJapanMonorail27 Nov 199816.0 km116.0889 m19.0leftyes
197 TurinItalyMetropolitana4 Feb 200613.4 km113.4670 m21.06,750201133 millionrightVALyes2006VALyesyes
198 ValenciaVenezuelaMetro18 Oct 20067.7 km17.7962 m9.07,470201021 million
199 ValparaisoChileMetro23 Nov 200543.0 km143.02,263 m20.0right
200 VolgogradStalingradRussiaMetro5 Nov 19846.8 km16.81,360 m6.0Total system: 22 stations, 17,1 km
201 WuppertalGermanySchwebebahn1 Mar 190113.3 km113.3700 m20.0rightoverhead rail600
202 YekaterinburgEkaterinburgRussiaMetro26 Apr 199112.7 km112.71,587 m9.08,200201138 millionright
203 YerevanErevanArmeniaMetro7 Mar 198112.1 km112.11,344 m10.03,850201117 millionrightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
204 LudwigshafenGermanyStadtbahn29 May 19694.0 km0364 mrightFull metro section length unknown.











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