All Metro articles – Page 10

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    Kyoto-shi Kotsu Kyoku

    Opened 1981. Two routes, serving 31 stations. The Karasuma line opened on April 1, 1981, from Kyoto north to Kitaoji (6·6 km, 8 stations). It was extended south from Kyoto to Takeda in November 6, 1988 (3·4 km, 4 stations) with through running to the Kintetsu Railway ...

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    Kolkata Metro

    Metro Rail Bhavan

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    Kochi Metro Rail Ltd

    Opened 2017, India’s eighth metro. Single route serving 21 stations. Work begain on this elevated metro line in June 2013, with an initial section from Aluva southwest to Palarivatom opened on June 17, 2017 (13·1 km, 11 stations). This was extended south to Maharaja’s College on October 3, ...

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    Kobe-shi Kotsu Kyoku

    Opened 1977. Two lines, serving 25 stations. The first section of the Seishin-Yamate Line from Shin-Nagata west to Myodani opened on March 13, 1977 (5·7 km, 6 stations). This was extended east to Okurayama in 1983 and to Shin-Kobe in 1985 with western extension to Gakuen-toshi. In 1987 ...

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    Kunming Rail Transit (KMRT)

    Opened 2012, China’s 17th metro. Three-line network serving 59 stations. Line 6 (18·2 km, 4 stations) opened in June 2012, linking the Kunming Changshui International Airport to East Bus Station; an 7·5 km (6 stations) extension into the city at Tangzixiang is planned. Work on Line 1 began in 2009, ...

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    Kharkiv Metro

    First line opened 1975; network comprises 3 lines with 30 stations. The first section of the Kholodnohirsko–Zavods’ka Line was opened on August 23, 1975 from Kholodna Gora to Moskovs’kyi Prospekt (10·4 km, 8 stations). The second line was inaugurated with the opening of the Istorychnyi Muzei - Barabashova section ...

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    Keolis Lyon (TCL)

    Transport en Commun Lyonais

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    Keolis Rennes

    Opened 2002. Single line serving 15 stations. See Rennes network map . Line A of this VAL light metro opened on March 16, 2002 from JF Kennedy in the northwest via the main station to La Poterie in the southeast (9·4 km, 15 stations). In October 2013 a ...

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    Kazan Metroelectrotrans

    Opened 2005, Russia’s seventh metro. Single north-south route, serving 11 stations. See Kazan network map . The initial section of the Central Line ( Tsentralnya Liniya) from Kremlyovskaya southeast to Gorki opened on August 27, 2005 (6·8 km, 5 stations). Extensions opened since are southeast from Gorki ...

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    Jinan Metro

    Opened 2019, China’s 35th metro. Two-line network serving 23 stations. Work began in 2015 on the metro’s first phase of three lines. Line 1 from Fangte south to Gongyanyuan (26·3 km, 11 stations) began trial running in January 2019 with full service starting on 1 April 2019; 16·2 km ...

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    Istanbul Ulasim AS (IUAS)

    Istanbul Ulasim Sanayi ve Ticaret AS

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    L&T Metro Rail (Hyderabad) Ltd

    Opened 2017, India’s 10th metro. Three lines, serving 56 stations. See Hyderabad network map . The metro’s Phase 1 network comprises three elevated metro lines (total 72 km, 64 stations) using CBTC signalling, built by public-private partnership Larsen Toubro Metro Rail and operated by Hyderabad Metro Rail ...

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    Hohhot Metro

    Opened 2019, Hohhot is China’s 40th metro. Single line serving 20 stations. The capital of Inner Mongolia gained approval to build an initial two-line metro network in 2015. East-west Line 1 opened on December 29, 2019 (23·2 km, 20 stations). It runs from Baita airport in the east ...

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    Hefei Metro

    Opened 2016, China’s 29th metro. Two-line network with 46 stations. A 4 km test section of Line 1 completed in 2012 was extended to form the initial metro route running north from Yandun district via the southern high-speed station and city centre to the north mainline station opening fully ...

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    Harbin Metro (HRBM)

    Opened 2013, China’s 19th metro. Two route network serving 26 stations.See Harbin network map . Line 1 from Harbin East station southwest to Harbin South station opened on September 26, 2013 (17·5 km, 18 stations), extended south to Xinjianglu on April 19, 2019 (8·6 km, 5 stations). ...

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    Hangzhou Metro (HZM)

    Hangzhou metro expands

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    Guiyang Urban Rail Transit (GYURT)

    Opened 2017, China’s 31st metro. Single route serving 25 stations. The first section of Line 1 opened December 28, 2017, linking North railway station with Xiamaixi to the northwest (12·9 km, 10 stations). This was extended south to Xiaomeng (20·2 km, 14 stations) on December 1, 2018, and west ...

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    Gruppo Torinese Trasporti SpA (GTT)

    Opened 2006. Single route serving 21 stations, plus eight tram routes. See Torino network map . GTT was created in 2003 by merger of local transport operators ATM and Satti. Its local public transport division operates 8 tram routes, while division Ferrovie runs the two former Satti suburban railways ...

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    Fuzhou Metro (FZM)

    Opened 2016, China’s 26th metro. Two line networks serving 42 stations. An initial section of Line 1 opened on May 18, 2016, running from Fuzhou South station northwest to Sanchajie on the edge of the city centre (10 km, 9 stations). This was extended north to Xiangfeng on January ...