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|passenger = suburban|
|Used to mark a railway route with the type of passenger traffic as suburban.|
|Used on these elements|
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- Connects the suburbs of city.
- In Germany like S-Bahn.
- In North America these are often known as "commuter" trains, distinct from longer-distance "regional" trains. Examples include California's MetroLink, Caltrain, ACE and SMART as well as Chicago's Metra, MBTA in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and Réseau de transport métropolitain around Montreal, Quebec.