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    Nagoya Municipal Subway

    First line opened 1957. Network now comprises 6 lines with 87 stations.See Nagoya network map . The first section to open was Nagoya - Sakae ( 3 stations) in November 1957, extended east to Ikeshita in June 1960 (3·6 km, 4 stations) and to Higashiyama Koen in April 1963 ...

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    STM Montréal

    Société de Transport de Montréal (STM)

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    Tokyo Monorail

    Single line opened 1964. See Tokyo network map . This straddle monorail on the Alweg system opened in southern Tokyo in 1964. It runs from Hamamatsucho on the south side of central Tokyo to Haneda airport. The line was acquired by JR East in 2002. A short extension ...

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    Okinawa Toshi Monorail

    Single monorail route, serving 19 stations. Opened in 2003, this is the only railway operation on Okinawa. It runs east from the island’s main airport to Naha city centre and on to Shuri on the east side of the city. On October 1, 2019, it was extended northeast to ...

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    Miami-Dade Transit

    Metrorail heavy metro line opened 1984; two routes with 23 stations. Metromover downtown people-mover opened 1986, 22 stations. Construction of the metro began in 1979, with the line opened from Dadeland South north to Overtown in May 1984. This was extended further north to Earlington Heights in December 1984 ...

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    Metrovias

    First line opened 1913. Network comprises 6 lines with 85 stations. See Buenos Aires network map . Since 1994 the metro has been operated by the Metrovias private-sector consortium under concession, and since 2013 this has been let on a year-by-year basis. Infrastructure is owned by Subterraneos de Buenos ...

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    Metroselskabet

    Opened 2002. Three-line network serving 39 stations. See København network map . The first section Lines M1 and M2 of this driverless metro, connecting Nørreport in central København south to Vestamager (M1) in the Ørestad development area and the short branch to Lergravsparken (M2), opened in October 2002 (12·2 ...

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    MetroRio

    Concessão Metroviária do Rio de Janeiro S/A

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    Metrorex SA

    Societatea de Transport cu Metroul Bucuresti

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    Minsk Metropolitena

    Opened 1984; two lines serving 29 stations. See Minsk network map . The first section of Line 1 ( Moskovskaya line) opened from Institut Kul’tury to Moskovskaya in June 1984, and extended in stages from 1986-2012 (14 stations, 17·3 km). The latest extension opened June 3, 2014, ...

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    Petersburg Metropoliten

    First line opened 1955. Network now comprises 5 lines with 68 stations. See St Petersburg network map . On May 26, 2018 the northwest extension of Line 3 from Primorskaya to Begovaya opened (5·2 km, 2 stations). An extension of Line 5 southeast from Mezhdunarodnaya to Shushary opened ...

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    MetroNapoli SpA (MN)

    First line opened 1993. MN is responsible for 2 lines serving 23 stations, but the urban network comprises a complex mix heavy and light metro, standard and narrow gauge rail, plus three funiculars totalling 3 km (16 cars). See Napoli network map . Line 1 was extended east to ...

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    Mumbai Metro

    Opened 2014, India’s fifth metro. Single route serving 12 stations. See Mumbai network map . Also see: Navi Mumbai Metro for neighbouring network. MMRDA, responsible for overall development of urban infrastructure, has created the Mumbai Metro Rail Project agency to develop the city’s metro. Work on Line ...

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    Navi Mumbai Metro

    Work on the first 11·1 km, 11-station section of Line 1 (total 23·4 km, 20 stations) began in May 2011, now expected to open in 2020. Also see: Mumbai Metro for neighbouring network. Line 1 forms Phase I of an planned network of five lines. Its first ...

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    Riyadh Metro

    Six-line metro under construction. See Riyadh network map . In July 2013, the Arriyadh Development Authority placed turnkey contracts for a 176 km six-line driverless metro network with an overall budget of €16·3bn. Work began in April 2014, with all six lines being built simultaneously. Test running began in ...

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    Nanjing Metro (NJM)

    Opened 2005, China’s 10th metro. Network comprises 5 urban and 3 suburban metro lines serving 159 stations. See Nanjing network map . Line 1 (now 38·9 km, 27 stations) opened 2005. On May 28, 2010, Line 1 was extended and Line 2 opened (38·0 km, 26 stops). The former ...

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    Shijiazhuang Metro

    Opened 2017, China’s 28th metro: two lines, serving 35 stations. See Shijiazhuang network map . Work began in 2012, with phase opened on June 27, 2017; Line 1 (23·9 km, 20 stations) runs from Xiwang to Xiaohedadao, with Line 3 (6·4 km, 6 stations) linking Shierzhong to ...

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    Tianjin Metro (TJM)

    Opened 1984, China’s 3rd metro. Five routes, serving 136 stations. See Tianjin network map . Tianjin’s first line opened in 1984, but closed in 2001 for rebuilding and extension. Line 1 (26·2 km, 22 stations) opened throughout in 2006, followed by Lines 2 and 3 in 2012. These both intersect ...

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    Zhengzhou Metro (ZZS)

    Opened 2013, China’s 20th metro. Five-line network serving 92 stations. See Zhengzhou city map . Work on the east-west Line 1 began in 2009, and the line opened on December 28, 2013 from Xiliuhu to Zhengzhou Sports Center (26·3 km, 20 stations), with extensions opening at each end ...

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    Yerevan Metro

    Karen Demirchyan Yerevan Subway