All Metro articles – Page 5

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    Metro Los Teques

    Single route opened 2006, serving four stations. See Caracas network map . This feeder line to the Metro de Caracas Line 2 terminus at Los Adjuntas opened 2006; extension to San Antonio under construction (10·2 km, 5 stations) under construction. Line 3 planned to provide a second connection with ...

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    London Underground Ltd

    Transport for London (TfL)

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    Yokohama Seaside Line

    Kanazawa Seaside Line

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    Macau Light Rail Transit (MLRT)

    Opened 2019, China’s 39th metro. Single line serving 11 stations. Work on this automated rubber-tyred light metro (20 km, 21 stations) from Border Gate to Barra, then via the Ponte de Sai Van bridge to Taipa, Cotai and the airport began in 2011. The Taipa Island section from Taipa ...

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    TL Lausanne

    Transport Publics de la Région Lausannoise SA

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    Sendai-shi Kotsu Kyoku

    Opened 1987. Two route network with 29 stations. The north-south Namboku Line was opened in 1987 from Yaotome south to Tomizawa on July 15, 1987 (16 stations), with a single station extendsion north to Izumi-Chuo opened in July 1992. Work on the east-west Tozai line began in 2004, ...

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    Yokohama-shi Kotsu Kyoku

    Opened 1972. Two-line metro serving 40 stations. See Yokohama network map . The first section of the Blue line was completed on December 6, 1972, from Isezaki-Chojamachi southwest to Kamiooka, south of Yokohama centre (interchange with the Keikyu main line). In September 1976 it was extended at each end, ...

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    Osaka-shi Kotsu Kyoku

    First line opened 1933. Network now comprises 8 lines with 100 stations.See Osaka network map . The metro provides dense coverage in Osaka city centre through a grid of lines, some extending through-running to suburban routes: Line 1 ( M - Midōsuji ) opened 1933 ...

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    Tokyo-to Kotsu Kyoku (Toei)

    Transportation Bureau of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government

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    Osaka Kosoku Tetsudo

    Initial section of this straddle monorail opened 1990. Two routes serving 18 stations. See Osaka network map . Links Osaka airport and Kadomi-shi across north and northeast Osaka, with four connections to Osaka metro lines. A 6·8 km branch north from Banpaku-Kinen-Kōen to Saito-nishi (the Saito line) ...

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    Metropolitan JSC (Sofia)

    Opened 1998. Two-line network serving 34 stations. See Sofia network map . The initial section of Line M1 from Slivnitsa to Konstantin Velichkov opened on January 28, 1998. It has since been extended in stages, reaching Serdika in October 2000 and Obelya in April 2003. Extension southeast from the ...

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    PT Mass Rapid Transit Jakarta

    Opened 2019. Two isolated routes, together serving 18 stations. See Jakarta network map . Groundbreaking for the phase 1 of the south-north Line 1 from Lebak Bulus to Bundaran Hotel Indonesia took place in October 2013, with the line opened on March 24, 2019 (15·7 km, 13 stations). ...

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    MTA Staten Island Railway (SIR)

    Staten Island Rapid Transit Operating Authority (SIRTOA)

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    Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon Ltd (RMGL)

    Opened 2013, India’s fourth metro. Single route with 11 stations. See Delhi network map . An initial 5·1 km of this privately-funded metro from a loop around the Cyber City development opened on November 14, 2013 , interchanging with Delhi Metro ’s Yellow Line at Sikandarpur, and serving 6 ...

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    Xiamen Rail Transit Group Ltd

    Opened 2017, China’s 32nd metro. Two line network serving 52 stations. See Xiamen network map . Work on north-south Line 1 (30·3 km, 24 stations) began in 2013, with the line opening on December 31, 2017 . It connects Xiamen Island to the high-speed mainline station at Xiamen North. ...

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    Wuppertaler Stadtwerke mobil GmbH (WSW)

    Suspended monorail − Wuppertaler Schwebebahn − operated on the Langen system, opened 1901; single route with 20 stations. See Wuppertal on the Rhein-Ruhr network map . The fleet of vehicles was replaced in 2015-17 by Vossloh Kiepe , with power supply increased from 600 V to 750 V DC ...

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    Dubai Metro

    Dubai Roads Transport Authority (RTA)

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    Metropolitana di Roma SpA

    Società per la realizzazione delle Metroplitane della Città di Roma arl

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    Metro de Madrid SA

    First line opened 1919. Network now comprises 13 lines with 302 stations.See Madrid network map . The metro network was expanded substantially between 1995 and 2007, with extensions to most lines and opening of Line 12 (MetroSur) growing the network by more than a quarter. Since then, growth has ...

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    Métro de Lille (Ilevia)

    Transports en Commun de la Metropole Lilloise