All Metro articles – Page 6

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    Régie des Transports de Marseille (RTM)

    Opened in 1977. Two lines with 29 stations. See Marseille network map . Rubber-tyred metro Line 1 was opened in 1977-78, with the southern leg extended from Castellane to La Timone in September 1992. A further extension from La Timone to La Fourragère opened on May 6, 2010 ...

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    Metro de Medellin Ltda

    Opened 1995; two-line metro with 25 stations. Line A opened from Niquía south to Poblado in November 1995 (16 km, 15 stations). Line B opened from interchange with Line A at San Antonio to San Javier in February 1996 (9 km, 7 stations - includes service link line). Line ...

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    Metro de Palma de Mallorca

    First line opened 2007, now 2 routes serving 16 stations. The network is operated by local railway Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca (SFM). The initial line M1 from Plaça d’Espanya to Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB) opened on April 25, 2007 (8·3 km, 7 stations), but flooding ...

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    Metro de Santo Domingo

    Opened 2009. Two-line network serving 33 stations. Initial section of the north-south Line 1 opened for trial service from February 2008, with full commercial service starting January 2009 (15 km, 16 stations). Work on constructing the 22 km east-west Line 2 began in May 2010, with the west-central ...

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    Metropolitano de Lisboa EPE (ML)

    First line opened 1959. The network now comprises 4 lines with 56 stations. See Lisboa network map . The initial section of metro from Restauradores north to Sete Rios (now Blue line), and also a branch to Entre Campos (now Yellow line) opened on December 29, 1959. On January ...

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    Taoyuan Metro Corporation

    Opened 2017, single line serving 21 stations. Part shown on Taipei network map . The Taoyuan Airport MRT began trial running on February 2, 2017 , with full opening on March 2, 2017 (51·0 km, 21 stations). It incorporates the Blue line of the Taoyuan’s metro between Huanbei and ...

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    Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC)

    Opened 2019, India’s 11th metro. Single line serving 21 stations. See Delhi network map . Approved in 2014 with construction begun in 2015, Phase 1 opened on January 25, 2019 (29·7 km, 21 stations). It runs from Noida Sector 51, near Delhi Metro ’s Blue line/Line 3 Sector ...

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    MTR Corp, Hong Kong

    Opened 1979, now China’s second oldest metro. Nine metro and commuter rail lines serving 95 stations. See Hong Kong network map . MTR operates a network serving Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. High speed connections between Hong Kong International Airport and the city centre are provided ...

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    Saitama Railway Corp

    Saitama Kosoku Tetsudo

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    Taipei Rapid Transit Corp (TRTC)

    First line opened 1996. Network now comprises 6 lines and 130 stations. See Taipei network map . TRTC operates Taipei’s rapid transit network under concession from Department of Rapid Transit Systems (DORTS) - details of lines under construction or planned are listed on the DORTS page . ...

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    Lucknow Metro Rail Corp Ltd (LMRC)

    Opened 2017, India’s ninth metro. Single route, serving 22 stations. The Red line opened September 5, 2017 , from the Lucknow Charbagh mainline station southwest to Transport Nagar (8·5 km, 8 stations). Extensions completing the Red line opened on March 8, 2019 , both south to Chaudhary Charan Singh ...

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    Nagpur Metro Rail Corp Ltd

    Opened 2019, India’s 13th metro. Two routes with 16 stations. Government approval for a two-line, 37 station metro was given in February 2014, with the first section of Line 1 opened for limited service on March 8, 2019 , from Sitabuldi on the south side of the city centre ...

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    Patna Metro Rail Corp

    An initial phase of a metro for Patna, consisting of north-south and east-west routes (31 km, 24 stations), was approved by Cabinet on February 13, 2019. The standard gauge network will be electrified at 25kV AC, with opening planned in 2024. On March 10, 2020, Delhi Metro Rail Corp ...

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    SMRT Corp Ltd - Singapore

    Opened 1987. Four lines serving 94 stations. See Singapore network map . SMRT Corporation Ltd is a holding company for several businesses, including SMRT Trains Ltd which operates the North-South, East-West and Circle metro lines, and SMRT Light Rail Pte Ltd, operator of the Bukit Panjang automated light rapid ...

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    Companhia do Metropolitano do Distrito Federal (Metrô-DF)

    First line opened 2001; network comprises 2 lines with 25 stations. The metro was inaugurated on March 31, 2001 . Extensions to all branches of the ‘Y’-shaped network are projected, along with four infill stations. Work on a metre-gauge light rail route linking the airport to a metro interchange ...

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    Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)

    First tramways opened 1861, first metro line 1954, and Intermediate Capacity Transit System (ICTS) light metro route in 1985. Metro comprises three lines with 75 stations, and tramway network comprises 11 routes. See Toronto network map . Work to extend the Spadina line from Sheppard West to Vaughan (8·6 ...

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    Shenyang Metro Co Ltd (SYM)

    Opened in 2010, China’s 10th metro. Four-line network serving 86 stations. See Shenyang network map . Work on the east-west Line 1 began in 2005, with the first section fully opened September 27, 2010 (27·8 km, 22 stations). A 6 km, 4-station eastern extension of Line 1 to ...

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    Shenzhen Metro Co Ltd (SZM)

    Inaugurated 2004, China’s ninth metro. Eight line network serving 178 stations. See Shenzhen network map . The original network was Line 1 (Luohu - Window of the World) and Line 4 (Fumin - Children’s Palace), opened together on Decembver 28, 2004. When the city was selected to host the ...

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    Tehran Urban & Suburban Railway Co (TUSRC)

    Opened 1999, Iran’s first metro. Seven-line network serving 115 stations. See Tehran network map . Services were inaugurated on March 7, 1999, on suburban Line 5 linking central Tehran with Karaj (31·5 km, initially with 3 stations). This conventional mainline commuter route was extended west to Golshahr in March ...