All Metro articles – Page 7

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    Shanghai Metro Operation Co Ltd (SHM)

    Opened 1995, China’s third metro. Network comprises 16 lines serving 391 stations. See Shanghai network map . On April 10, 1995, the first segment of Line 1 opened between Shanghai main station and Jin Jiang Park (16·1 km, 13 stations). Line 2 followed in October 1999, Line 3 in ...

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    Wiener Linien GmbH & Co KG

    First metro line opened 1978. Network now comprises 5 lines (U6 being a light metro line) with 109 stations. See Wien network map . Wiener Linien also operates an extensive tram network (28 lines), with the Wiener Lokalbahn sharing tracks from Oper/Karlsplatz to Schedifkaplatz. Metro line U1 ...

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    Mashhad Urban Railway Operation Co (MUSROC)

    Opened 2011, Iran’s second metro. Two-line network serving 34 stations. See Mashhad network map . Initial light metro line including 10·5 km underground and 8·5 km at grade, began trial running on March 12, 2011 , and opened on October 11, 2011 (19·5 km, 22 stations) and extended on ...

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    Nanchang Rail Transit Co Ltd (NCRT)

    Opened 2015, China’s 25th metro. Two-line network serving 50 stations. Line 1 (28·7 km, 24 stations) runs south from Shuanggang, then east across the Ganjiang River and city centre to Yaohu Lake West, and was opened on December 26, 2015 . The first phase of Line 2 opened ...

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    Nanning Rail Transit Group Co Ltd

    Opened 2016; China’s 28th metro. Three-line network serving 62 stations. Work on Line 1 (east-west, 32·1 km, 25 stations) began in 2011; test running on the section between Nanning East railway station and Nanhu Lake (11·2 km, 10 stations) began on January 20, 2016, with opening on June 28, ...

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    Qingdao Metro Co Ltd (QDM)

    Opened 2015, China’s 24th metro. Network has 4 lines, serving 83 stations. Construction of the first line began in November 2009 (Line 3, 24·5 km, 22 stations), with the initial section from Qingdao Beizhan via Licun to Shuangshan opened on December 16, 2015 (12 km, 10 stations), and ...

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    Tokyo Metro Co Ltd

    Opened 1927. Nine line network serving 143 stations. See Tokyo network map . The Tokyo Metro consists of the following lines: Line C / Chiyoda (Line 9) - 1067 mm gauge, 24·0 km, 20 stations. First section opened December 20, 1969; last extension ...

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    Metro de la Ciudad de Mexico

    First line opened 1969. System comprises 11 lines with 175 stations. See Mexico City network map . The first section of Line 1 opened on September 5, 1969 from Zaragoza west to Chapultepec (12.7 km, 16 stations). Line 2 followed in August 1970, with Line 3 in November 1970. ...

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    MTA New York City Transit (NYCTA)

    New York City Transit Authority

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    Ürümqi City Rail Group Co Ltd (ULRT)

    Opened 2018, China’s 33rd metro. Single route, serving 21 stations. See Ürümqi network map . Work on Line 1 began in 2014: Phase 1 from Balou in the city centre northwest to the airport began trial operation on July, 9, 2018 , and opened fully on October 25, 2018 ...

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    Panama City Metro

    First line open 2014; two-line metro serving 29 stations. See Panamá City network map . A turnkey contract to build Line 1 from Los Andes south to Albrook (13·7 km, 13 stations) was awarded to FCC, Odebrecht and Alstom in November 2010. Some test running began in September 2013, ...

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    Metro de Caracas

    First line opened 1983; network comprises five lines with 48 stations.See Caracas network map . Since opening of Line 4 on July 19, 2006 (5·5 km, 4 stations), a shuttle service has linked Capuchinos and El Silencio (Capitolio), with main Line 2 trains running through onto Line 4. The ...

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    Sapporo City Transportation Bureau

    Opened 1971. Three-line rubber-tyred transit network serving 46 stations. The north-south Namboku (Green) line opened on December 16, 1971 from Makomanai north to Kita nijuyo-jo (12·1 km, 14 stations). It was the world’s first metro line to use rubber-tyred rolling stock with a central guideway. The line was extended ...

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    Sin Bundang Railway Co

    Opened 2011. Single line with 12 stations. See Seoul network map . In 2005 this public-private partnership began work on an initial phase of this driverless metro line, running southeast from the city centre. It opened on October 28, 2011 from Gangnam to Jeongja (17·3 km, 6 ...

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    Tianjin Binhai Mass Transit (BMT)

    This light metro links central Tianjin with the TEDA coastal development area, 19 stations. See Tianjin Binhai network map . Address 99 Seventh Street Teda Tianjin China Phone +86 22 6570 1230 Fax +86 22 6570 1170 Website www.ctbmt.cn Traffic Passenger journeys 34 ...

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    Metro de Bilbao

    First section opened 1995. Network of 3 lines serving 45 stations. See Bilbao network map . The initial route, comprising a 5 km city-centre tunnel link from Casco Viejo to an existing metre-gauge suburban line to Plentzia, was opened in November 1995 (26·4 km, 24 stations); this was extended ...

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    Rapid Rail Sdn Bhd

    Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Sdn Bhd (Prasarana Malaysia Bhd)

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    Trem Metropolitano de Belo Horizonte SA

    Opened 1986; single line serving 19 stations. Initial section of network of regional metro lines being created from existing suburban routes was opened in August 1986 from Eldorado west to Lagoinha. The line was slowly extended from here northwards as far as Minas during the 1990s, and from there ...