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World Metro Database

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All numerical data by Jordi Serradell 11/2011, except: Ridership data by John Kennes 07/2010. 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 11/2011. 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 AdanaAsia18 Mar 200913.51,125 m
2 AlmatyAsia1 Jan 20117.31,217 m19,2002,6302012
3 BangaloreAsia15 Sep 20118.31,186 m
4 BangkokAsia5 Dec 199921.61,516 m671,0007,77020110.64 EUR1435leftlinearGreen line1999Green line, Blue lineyes
5 Belo HorizonteAmerica1 Aug 198628.11,563 mrightAccording to official website
6 BielefeldEurope21 Sep 19711.31,733 mrightFull metro section length unknown. Only metro section included
7 BrasiliaAmerica31 Mar 200142.01,826 m151,0003,5902009right
8 BresciaEurope22 Dec 201213.1819 mmetro2012According to official website
9 BuffaloAmerica18 May 19858.41,194 mrightOnly tunnel section
10 BursaAsia19 Aug 200215.81,086 m
11 BusanAsia19 Jul 198526.41,080 m877,0006,6502012rightLine 4Line 42011line 3
12 ChangchunAsiaOct 200217.01,133 mright(17 km, 16 stations on viaduct = metro). 14.6 km, 17 st on streets
13 ChangshaAsia29 Apr 201422.01,222 m
14 CharleroiEurope21 Jun 19764.4921 mtotal length 33,3 km, 12 underground stations, 23 full metro stations. Wiki
15 ChengduAsia27 Sep 201024.91,212 m282,0005,6802012rightyesyeshttp://railway-technology.com/projects/chengdu-metro
16 ChennaiAsia19 Oct 199727.01,688 m
17 ChibaAsia28 Mar 19887.8969 mleft
18 ChongqingAsia18 Jun 200542.01,749 mrightThe three underground stations (Daping, Linjiangmen, and Jiaochangkou) have PSDsyes
19 DaeguAsia26 Nov 199727.0998 m348,0006,4602012lines 1, 2
20 DaejeonAsia16 Mar 200622.61,076 m104,0004,6102011yes
21 DalianAsia1 May 200334.64,326 m121,0001,1602012rightSuburban service?
22 DuisburgEurope11 Jul 19927.21,304 mrightRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
23 EdmontonAmerica22 Apr 197820.41,457 mright
24 GuadalajaraAmerica1 Sep 198912.0889 mright
25 GwangjuAsia28 Apr 200420.11,058 m49,3002,4502011yes
26 HaifaAsia19591.8350 m
27 HangzhouAsia24 Nov 201248.01,600 mWikipedia
28 HarbinAsia26 Sep 201317.51,029 m
29 HiroshimaAsia20 Aug 199418.4920 m49,3002,6802005leftyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
30 IncheonAsia6 Oct 199929.51,054 m244,0008,2702012yes
31 KamakuraAsia3 Mar 19706.6943 mleftShonan Monorail.
32 KazanEurope27 Aug 200515.81,756 m74,0004,6802012rightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
33 KharkovEurope23 Aug 197512.51,438 m685,00018,3002011rightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
34 KitakyushuAsia9 Jan 19858.8733 mleft
35 KolkataAsia24 Oct 198429.71,291 m474,00016,0002009right25 km wikipedia, 27.50 km urbanrail ???
36 Kryvyi RihEurope26 Dec 198618.01,636 m
37 Kuala LumpurAsia16 Dec 199621.31,123 m299,0004,67020080.37 EURleftLRT1996KLIA line to airport, Kelana Jaya line's underground stationsyes
38 KunmingAsia28 Jun 201219.51,950 m
39 Las VegasAmerica15 Jul 20046.21,033 mrightmonorail2004yesHotels monorails not included
40 LausanneEurope24 May 19916.8507 mline m2line m22008Only m2 is a full metro (27.10.2008: 5.9 km, 14 sta). Line m1: 3 underground stations
41 LimaAmerica5 Apr 201234.41,376 m0.29 EUR
42 LudwigshafenEurope29 May 1969364 mrightFull metro section length unknown.
43 MalagaEurope30 Jul 20146.0800 m
44 ManilaAsia1 Dec 198417.21,256 m948,00018,40020080.18 EURrightyesLength not sure
45 MaracaiboAmerica8 Jun 20096.51,300 myes
46 MashhadAsia10 Oct 201119.0905 m
47 MonterreyAmerica25 Apr 199115.81,050 m378,00012,0002009rightyes
48 MumbaiAsia34.22,515 m0.17 EURIn fact, 4 suburban railway lines with metro frequency
49 NahaAsia10 Aug 200312.8914 mleft
50 NanjingAsia27 Aug 200532.81,536 m942,0009,5902011rightLine 2yes
51 NewarkAmerica26 May 19352.2733 mright4 underground stations
52 NingboAsia30 May 201420.81,095 m
53 Panama CityAmerica5 Apr 201413.71,142 m
54 PerugiaEurope29 Jan 20083.0500 mMinimetro2008
55 PittsburghAmerica3 Jul 19854.8960 mrightFull metro section length unknown (all lines: 40 km).2.90 is the length of the tunnel section.
56 Porto AlegreAmerica2 Mar 198533.82,112 mrightAccording to official website
57 PoznanEurope1 Mar 19976.11,220 mRapid Tram
58 RecifeAmerica11 Mar 198519.91,418 mrightAccording to official website
59 RennesEurope16 Mar 20029.0643 m129,00014,3002011rightVALyes2002VAL
60 RouenEurope17 Dec 19942.2550 m5 underground stations
61 Saint LouisAmerica31 Jul 199336.72,097 mright
62 SalvadorAmerica11 Jun 20147.61,520 myes
63 San JuanAmerica6 Jun 200517.21,147 m30,1001,7502011
64 Santo DomingoAmerica30 Jan 200912.4886 m79,5003,20020111435yes
65 SeattleAmerica18 Jul 200922.22,018 mrightyesDowntown tunnel section considered as a full metro
66 SevilleEurope2 Apr 200918.0900 mLine 1
67 ShenyangAsia27 Sep 201024.71,268 mrightyes
68 ShenzhenAsia28 Dec 200435.71,416 m362,0002,03020091435rightyesyes
69 SuzhouAsia29 Apr 201225.71,117 mrightyesAccording to Wikipedia, official website
70 SydneyOceania19267.42,005 m2.92 EURleftyesOnly underground stations in downtown
71 TamaAsia27 Nov 199816.0889 mleft
72 The HagueEurope16 Oct 20049.31,033 mrightFull metro section length unknown (47 km?)
73 TurinEurope4 Feb 200613.4670 m90,4006,7502011rightVALyes2006VALyes
74 ValenciaAmerica18 Oct 20066.21,033 m57,5009,2802010
75 ValparaisoAmerica23 Nov 200543.02,263 mright
76 VolgogradEurope5 Nov 19846.81,360 mTotal system: 22 stations, 17,1 km
77 WuhanAsia28 Sep 200426.41,297 m200,0002,5302011right
78 WuxiAsia1 Jul 201429.41,278 m
79 XianAsia16 Sep 201126.01,366 m162,0003,11020121435
80 YekaterinburgAsia26 Apr 199112.71,587 m104,0008,2002011right
81 YerevanAsia7 Mar 198112.11,344 m46,6003,8502011rightAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
82 ZhengzhouAsia26 Dec 201325.41,337 m
83 San FranciscoAmerica11 Sep 197233.44,279 m304,0001,82020121676right1000third railyesMUNI not included (8 underground stations)
84 BarcelonaEurope30 Dec 192410.9786 m1.07 million8,93020111.35 EUR1435right1200third rail (TMB), overhead wire (FGC)lines L9, L10, L112009lines L9, L10, L11yesTram lines not included (1.8 km subway tram line, T5)
85 BilbaoEurope11 Nov 199521.71,113 m247,0005,68020111000left1500overhead wireyesAccording to Metro Bilbao
86 CairoAfrica27 Sep 198726.01,277 m2.29 million29,40020100.14 EUR1435left1500overhead wire5 stations
87 FukuokaAsia26 Jul 19819.9931 m340,00011,40020071067left1500overhead wireyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
88 KyotoAsia1 Apr 198115.61,043 m345,00011,00020081435left1500overhead wireTozai line
89 MeccaAsia13 Nov 201018.12,263 m1435right1500third railyesyes
90 MedellinAmerica30 Nov 199514.41,200 m466,00016,200201114351500overhead wireMetro Cable not included, 4 stations
91 NaplesEurope28 Mar 199311.61,200 m95,9002,76020111435left1500overhead wireM3 and M4 not included (M3: 12.3 km, 12 sta. M4: 8.3 km, 8 sta.)
92 NewcastleEurope7 Aug 198038.31,297 m104,0001,36020111435left1500overhead wire
93 Palma de MallorcaEurope25 Apr 20078.31,038 m10001500
94 RomeEurope10 Feb 195520.8832 m907,00021,80020081.00 EUR1435left1500overhead wireyesmetroitaliane.it
95 SendaiAsia15 Jul 198714.8925 m159,00010,70020081067left1500overhead wireAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
96 SeoulAsia15 Aug 197436.31,114 m6.9 million21,10020120.54 EUR1435right1500overhead wirelines 2 and 9, planned for all lines by 2010yesOnly metro section.
97 ShanghaiAsia10 Apr 199541.01,645 m6.24 million11,70020120.34 EUR1435right1500overhead wirenewer line 4 stations and refitted line 1 stationsyesMaglev and Bund tunnel not included.
98 ValenciaEurope3 Oct 198810.6909 m1000right1500overhead wireyesFull metro section length unknown.
99 Hong KongAsia1 Oct 197917.52,059 m3.96 million22,60020120.91 EUR1435left1500 (MTR), 25000 (KCR)overhead wireDisneyland Resort LineSI, WI lines, planned2005all underground stationsyes175 Km and 82 stations according to MRT. 184km urbanrail.35.3km airport express not included
100 Buenos AiresAmerica1 Dec 19138.7692 m844,00016,30020110.24 EUR1435left1500, 1100 (Line B)overhead wire, third rail (Line B)Premetro line not included
101 TokyoAsia30 Dec 192723.41,099 m8.5 million27,90020111.57 EUR1067, 1435 (Ginza, Marunouchi, Asakusa, Oedo lines), 1372 (Shinjuku line)left1500, 600 (Ginza, Marunouchi lines)overhead wire, third rail (Ginza, Marunouchi lines)Yurikamome Waterfront line, rubber-tyredYurikamome line1995Marunouchi, Mita, Namboku, Yurakucho, Yurikamome linesyesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe. Saitama, Yurikamone, Monorail, Yamanote, Chuo, Rinkai not incl.
102 KobeAsia13 Mar 197715.31,275 m332,00010,80020081435left1500, 600 (Portliner)overhead wire, third rail (Portliner)Port Liner and Rokko Liner, rubber-tyredPort Liner and Rokko Liner1981Port Liner and Rokko LinerAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe. Portliner, Rokko lines not included (15 st)
103 MilanEurope1 Nov 196422.5910 m899,0009,97020071.00 EUR1435right1500, 750 (line M1)overhead wire, third rail (line M1)line M52013line M5yes
104 SapporoAsia16 Dec 197116.01,043 m573,00011,90020082150, 2180 (Namboku Line)left1500, 750 (Namboku Line)overhead wire, third rail (Namboku Line)yesAccording to Mr. Osamu Abe
105 DelhiAsia24 Dec 200228.31,346 m1.66 million8,39020110.12 EUR1676, 1435 (Green, Violet lines)left25000overhead wireyesGurgaon metro included
106 CataniaEurope27 Jun 19993.8760 m1435right3000overhead wiremetroitaliane.it
107 AntwerpEurope25 Mar 19753.8844 m1000600overhead wire
108 AthensEurope195420.1973 m937,00015,50020081.00 EUR1435right600third railyesairport line not included (21 km and 4 stations more): 81,3 km + 69 st
109 BostonAmerica1 Sep 189720.2960 m403,0006,66020101435right600third rail, overhead wire (Green Line)yesGreen and Red Lines' tram section not included
110 ChicagoAmerica6 Jun 189220.81,153 m608,0003,66020111.58 EUR1435right600third railyes151 Stations and 173 km (UrbanRail.net)
111 ClevelandAmerica15 Mar 195531.01,824 m16,40053020111435right600overhead wire2 Light Rail lines not included
112 DetroitAmericaJul 19874.8400 m1435right600third raildowntown people mover, LIM technology1987yes
113 DortmundEurope17 May 19769.8866 m1435right600overhead wireH-Bahn1984Rhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
114 DuesseldorfEurope4 Oct 19814.8798 m1435right600overhead wireRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
115 GelsenkirchenEurope1 Sep 19845.5690 m1000right600overhead wireRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
116 GlasgowEurope14 Dec 189610.4743 m35,6003,42020111219left600third rail
117 HanoverEurope28 Sep 19756.21,033 m1435right600overhead wire18.60 km, 17 stations underground ('Schnellbahnen in Deutschland')
118 MadridEurope17 Oct 191922.01,064 m1.74 million6,08020111.00 EUR1445left600overhead wiretests in 2010, plans for 2011yesML1, ML2, ML3 not included (27.8 km, 37 st.; Embajadores=Acacias)
119 TorontoAmerica30 Apr 195417.81,019 m762,00010,70020061.67 EUR1480right600third railyes
120 VancouverAmerica3 Jan 198623.21,511 m329,0004,73020111435right600third railSkytrain, LIM technology, currently the world's longest automated system1986yes
121 WuppertalEurope1 Mar 190113.3700 mright600overhead rail
122 NagoyaAsia15 Nov 195723.31,001 m1.17 million12,60020081435, 1067 (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)left600, 1500 (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)third rail, overhead wire (Tsurumai, Sakura-dori lines)Tobu Kyuryo maglev line2005Tobu Kyuryo maglev lineyes3 stations +
123 PhiladelphiaAmerica4 Mar 190720.7984 m293,0004,73020111435, 1588 (Market-Frankford Line)right600, 685 (PATCO)third railyesPATCO line included. Subway trolley not (10 stations)
124 LondonEurope10 Jan 186336.51,552 m3.21 million7,98020112.75 EUR1435left600, 750 (DLR)third railDocklands Light Rail1987Jubilee Line extensionMetropolitan LineDLR not included (31.4 km, 39 stations). East London Line removed (will be assigned to Overground). Overground: 86 km, 55 st.
125 New YorkAmerica27 Oct 190413.6834 m4.53 million12,30020121.53 EUR1435right625, 650 (PATH)third railyesAccording to official website. PATH not included (22.2 km, 13 stations). SIR not included
126 StockholmEurope1 Oct 195035.21,047 m847,0008,01020113.73 EUR1435left650, 750 (Blue Line)third railAccording to official website. 7 operational lines
127 BochumEurope26 May 197910.8797 m1435right660overhead wireRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 2
128 BaltimoreAmerica21 Nov 198324.51,885 m49,3002,01020111435right700third railyes
129 AlgiersAfrica1 Nov 20119.01,000 m1435750third railyes
130 AmsterdamEurope16 Oct 19778.21,128 m233,0007,12020092.09 EUR1435right750third railM5 type train setsSneltram not included (9.8 km, 19 stations; 'Metros in Holland')
131 AnkaraAsia30 Aug 199613.81,344 m310,0005,62020071435right750third railmetro line1997yes
132 AtlantaAmerica30 Jun 197939.62,141 m93,2001,18020071435right750third railyes
133 BerlinEurope18 Feb 190214.7797 m1.38 million9,39020112.10 EUR1435right750third rail
134 BonnEurope22 Mar 19759.0818 m1435right750overhead wire9 km, 12 stations underground. Approx. 17 km metro-like
135 CaracasAmerica27 Mar 198312.11,344 m1.33 million22,00020090.31 EUR1435750third railyesMetro Los Teques included (9.5 km)
136 CologneEurope11 Oct 19683.01,250 m1435right750overhead wirenew light rail trains onlyApprox. 45 km metro-like. 30 km underground.
137 CopenhagenEurope19 Oct 200210.51,050 m148,0007,05020112.81 EUR1435right750third railall metro lines2002all underground stationsall metro and S-Tog trainsAccording to official website
138 DubaiAsia9 Sep 200934.81,549 m299,0004,28020120.56 EUR1435right750third railmetro2009metro, monorailyes
139 EssenEurope5 Oct 19676.7842 m1435right750overhead wireRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
140 FrankfurtEurope4 Oct 19686.8732 m2.30 EUR1435right750overhead wire20.40 km, 27 stations underground ('Schnellbahnen in Deutschland')
141 GenoaEurope13 Jun 19907.11,014 m1435right750overhead wiremetroitaliane.it
142 HamburgEurope1 Mar 191226.21,102 m545,0005,21020111435right750third railDT5 type train setsAccording to official website
143 HelsinkiEurope3 Aug 198221.01,313 m170,0008,09020112.10 EUR1524right750third railAccording to Metros in Skandinavien (R.Schwandl)
144 IstanbulEurope16 Sep 200021.41,405 m214,0002,49020110.63 EUR1435right750overhead wire, third rail (Line M2)Seyrantepe station on line M2some linesWikipedia. Hafif Metro not included (25.8 km, 24 stations, 2 lines)
145 IzmirAsia22 May 200020.11,256 m173,0008,59020111435750third rail
146 JacksonvilleAmerica30 May 19896.91,380 m2060right750third raildowntown monorail people mover1989
147 KaohsiungAsia9 Mar 200822.51,250 m142,0003,17020121435750third railMRT
148 LilleEurope25 Apr 198322.8758 m263,0005,78020092060right750third railVALyes1983VAL, all stations
149 LisbonEurope29 Dec 195911.1869 m501,00011,30020100.80 EUR1435left750third rail
150 Los AngelesAmerica30 Jan 199319.82,196 m126,0002,13020111.91 EUR1435right750overhead wire, third rail (Red, Purple lines)yesRed, Purple and Green lines
151 LyonEurope28 Apr 19787.9795 m704,00022,10020091.60 EUR1435left750third railline D/Maggaly, rubber-tyred, no PSDsyes1991
152 MarseilleEurope26 Nov 197710.9779 m205,0009,43020111435right750third railyes
153 Mexico CityAmerica5 Sep 196915.0984 m4.41 million24,50020120.14 EUR1995right750third railyesONLY PASSENGER SERVICE KM COUNTED
154 MiamiAmerica21 May 198439.81,809 m49,3001,24020111.66 EUR1435right750third raildowntown people mover, rubber-tyredDowntown people mover1986yesMetromover not included (20 stations, 7 km)
155 MontrealAmerica14 Oct 196617.31,003 m600,0008,67020061.67 EUR1994right750third railyes
156 MuelheimEurope3 Nov 19794.5819 m1435right750overhead wireRhein-Ruhr Stadtbahn Album 1
157 MunichEurope19 Oct 197115.7981 m986,00010,50020102.30 EUR1435right750third rail
158 NurembergEurope1 Mar 197212.0800 m323,0008,98020111435right750third raillines U2, U3, no PSDs, sharing tracks with driver-operated trains2008
159 OportoEurope7 Dec 200210.91,550 m1435right750overhead wireyes16 undeground stations, 9,5 km underground. Total 70km81st Wiki
160 OsloEurope22 May 196612.4861 m208,0003,36020102.67 EUR1435right750third railLine 1 not included (it has level crossings). Length not sure
161 ParisEurope19 Jul 190013.7599 m4.18 million19,00020111.57 EUR1435right (metro), left (RER)750third raillines 1, 14, rubber-tyredlines 1, 4, 6, 11, 141998lines 1, 13 (part), 14lines 1, 2, 5, 9
162 PragueEurope9 May 197419.71,094 m1.45 million24,60020110.65 EUR1435right750third rail
163 Rio de JaneiroAmerica5 Mar 197921.01,235 m581,00013,80020100.77 EUR1600right750third railyes
164 RotterdamEurope10 Feb 196823.51,306 m238,0005,07020081435right750third railOnly metro section. Sneltram: 8.4 km, 11 stations. 'Metros in Holland'
165 SantiagoAmerica15 Sep 197520.5994 m1.75 million17,10020110.55 EUR1435right750third railyes
166 SingaporeAsia7 Nov 198730.21,493 m2.18 million14,40020110.97 EUR1435left750third railNorth-East Line, Circle Line, Downtown Line, and the 3 rubber-tyred LRT linesLRT lines2003yesyes
167 StuttgartEurope10 Jun 196612.01,412 m1435right750overhead wireyes24 km underground. (Schnellbahnen in Deutschland)
168 TaipeiAsia28 Mar 199611.01,238 m1.79 million14,70020120.60 EUR2060right750third railWenshan (Muzha) VAL lineyes1996PGDs in the busier MRT stations, PSDs in all VAL stationsyes121,3 km (Wikipedia and official website)
169 TehranAsia21 Feb 200018.31,106 m1.32 million18,00020111435750third railyesLine 5 to Karaj not included (42 km, 11 stations) Lenght unknown
170 ToulouseEurope26 Jun 199313.8764 m282,00010,30020112060right750third railVALyes1993VAL
171 ViennaEurope25 Feb 197815.8798 m1.46 million18,50020101.70 EUR1435right750third railyesAccording to official website. Premetro tunnel not included
172 WashingtonAmerica27 Mar 197631.62,134 m597,0003,15020121435right750third railyes
173 YokohamaAsia16 Dec 197219.21,280 m542,0009,42020081435left750third railKanazawa Seaside line, LRT, rubber-tyredKanazawa Seaside LRT1989Kanazawa Seaside LRT lineKanazawa Line not included (10.6 km)
174 Sao PauloAmerica14 Sep 197415.01,194 m2.4 million32,00020120.76 EUR1600right750 (lines 1-3), 1500 (lines 4, 5)third rail (lines 1-3), overhead wire (lines 4, 5)line 42010lines 2, 3, 4 (since 2010)all metro lines and regional railAccording to official website. C Line: 26 km + 16 st. E Line: 22km + 7 st)
175 OsakaAsia20 May 193315.31,111 m2.29 million16,60020101435left750, 600 (Nanko Port Town Line)third railNanko Port Town Line, rubber-tyredNanko Port Town Line1981all stations on the Nanko Port Town LineMonorail not included (23.8 km, 18 st). OTS + new tram included
176 BakuAsia6 Nov 196717.31,646 m501,00014,50020111520right825third rail
177 BeijingAsia1 Oct 196927.61,797 m6.74 million15,20020120.15 EUR1435right825third railPGDs on lines 5, 13. PSDs on lines 8, 10yes
178 BucharestEurope16 Nov 197917.31,505 m468,0006,77020110.40 EUR1435right825third rail
179 DnepropetrovskEurope29 Dec 19957.11,420 m24,7003,47020101520825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
180 GuangzhouAsia28 Jun 199928.51,632 m5 million19,50020121435right825third railAPM line (underground people mover)Zhujiang people mover2010yesyesAPM included (3,9 km +9 stations)
181 KievEurope22 Oct 196022.51,380 m1.42 million21,00020110.27 EUR1520right825third rail
182 MinskEurope26 Jun 198418.61,379 m770,00020,70020121520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
183 MoscowEurope15 May 193527.11,788 m6.55 million20,10020110.50 EUR1520right825third raillines 3, 5 since 2009Monorail (6 stations, 4.7 km) not included.
184 Nizhny NovgorodEurope20 Nov 19859.41,454 m74,0003,91020101520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
185 NovosibirskAsia7 Jan 19868.21,487 m208,00012,70020111520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
186 PyongyangAsia6 Sep 197311.31,607 m98,6004,38020091435825third rail
187 Saint PetersburgEurope15 Nov 195522.71,831 m2.15 million19,00020111520right825third railwindowless steel doors in ten stationsAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
188 SamaraEurope26 Dec 198710.21,275 m43,8004,30020111520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
189 SofiaEurope28 Jan 199815.61,200 m79,5002,55020090.51 EUR1435right825third rail
190 TashkentAsia6 Nov 197712.11,392 m178,0004,92020101520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
191 TbilisiAsia11 Jan 196613.11,315 m241,0009,17020081520right825third railAccording to Mr. Yuri Popov
192 TianjinAsia28 Mar 200433.01,610 m175,0001,33020101435right825third railplatform gate doorsyesBinhai Line and metro line included. (10-08-1980: 7.4 km, 7 stations)
193 WarsawEurope7 Apr 199522.61,130 m384,00017,00020110.47 EUR1435right825third rail
194 BudapestEurope2 May 189611.0846 m827,00025,10020110.95 EUR1435right825, 600 (Line M1)third rail, overhead wire (Line M1)
195 BrusselsEurope20 Sep 197610.7555 m364,00011,30020091.53 EUR1435right (left on lines 1 and 6 between Midi and Roi Baudouin)900third railPremetro tunnels not included, 11 stations








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