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Country Location Map Name Opening Stations Length (km) Length (mi)
Argentina Buenos Aires map Buenos Aires Metro 1913 76 52.3 32.5
Armenia Yerevan map Yerevan Metro 1981 10 13.4 8.3
Austria Vienna map Vienna U-Bahn 1976 84 69.5 43.2
Azerbaijan Baku map Baku Metro 1967 21 32.0 19.9
Belarus Minsk map Minsk Metro 1984 25 30.3 18.8
Belgium Brussels map Brussels Metro 1969 59 40.5 25.2
Brazil Belo Horizonte map Belo Horizonte Metro 1986 19 28.2 17.5
Brasília map Brasília Metro 2001 21 42.0 26.1
Porto Alegre map Porto Alegre Metro 1985 22 43.8 27.2
Recife map Recife Metro 1985 28 39.5 24.5
Rio de Janeiro map Rio de Janeiro Metro 1979 33 42.0 26.1
São Paulo map São Paulo Metro 1974 58 62.3 38.7
Teresina map Teresina Metro 1989 8 12.5 7.8
Bulgaria Sofia map Sofia Metro 1998 47 52.0 32.3
Canada Montreal map Montreal Metro 1966 68 66 41
Toronto map TTC subway/RT 1954 69 68.3 42.4
Vancouver map SkyTrain 1985 47 68.7 42.7
Chile Santiago map Santiago Metro 1975 108 105 65
Valparaíso map Valparaíso Metro 2005 20 43.3 26.9
China Beijing map Beijing Subway 1969 428 727 452
Changchun map Changchun Rail Transit 2002 84 100.7 62.6
Changsha map Changsha Metro 2014 114 161.05 100.07
Changzhou map Changzhou Metro 2019 29 34.2 21.3
Chengdu map Chengdu Metro 2010 332 518.96 322.47
Chongqing map Chongqing Metro 2005 190 370 230
Dalian map Dalian Metro[1] 2003 68 157.88 98.10
Dongguan map Dongguan Rail Transit 2016 15 37.8 23.5
Foshan map Foshan Metro 2010 15 21.47 13.34
Fuzhou map Fuzhou Metro 2016 47 60.44 37.56
Guangzhou map Guangzhou Metro 1997 244 531.1 330.0
Guiyang map Guiyang Urban Rail Transit 2017 57 75.71 47.04
Hangzhou map Hangzhou Metro 2012 168 306 190
Harbin map Harbin Metro 2013 21 32.907 20.447
Hefei map Hefei Metro 2016 97 114.78 71.32
Hohhot map Hohhot Metro 2019 43 49 30
Hong Kong map MTR[2] 1979 85 211.6 131.5
Jinan map Jinan Metro 2019 43 84.1 52.3
Kunming map Kunming Rail Transit 2012 89 139.4 86.6
Lanzhou map Lanzhou Rail Transit 2019 20 25.9 16.1
Lianyungang map Lianyungang Rail Transit 2019 5 35.1 21.8
Luoyang map Luoyang Subway 2021 19 25.3 15.7
Macao map Macao LRT System 2019 11 9.3 5.8
Nanchang map Nanchang Metro 2015 70 88.85 55.21
Nanjing map Nanjing Metro 2005 174 394.7 245.3
Nanning map Nanning Rail Transit 2005 174 394.7 245.3
Ningbo map Ningbo Rail Transit 2016 108 87 54
Qingdao map Qingdao Metro 2015 112 246.2 153.0
Shanghai map Shanghai Metro[3] 1993 508 831 516
Shaoxing map Shaoxing Rail Transit 2021 10 20.3 12.6
Shenyang map Shenyang Metro 2009 92 117.06 72.74
Shenzhen map Shenzhen Metro 2004 283 422.6 262.6
Shijiazhuang map Shijiazhuang Metro 2017 60 76.5 47.5
Suzhou map Suzhou Rail Transit 2012 135 166 103
Taiyuan map Taiyuan Metro 2020 23 23.65 14.70
Tianjin map Binhai Mass Transit 2004 24 42.321 26.297
Tianjin map Tianjin Metro 1984 143 233.2 144.9
Urumqi map Urumqi Metro 2018 21 27.61 17.16
Wuhan map Wuhan Metro 2004 240 360 220
Wuxi map Wuxi Metro 2014 67 89.43 55.57
Xiamen map AMTR 2017 56 71.9 44.7
Xian map Xian Metro 2011 153 244 152
Xuzhou map Xuzhou Metro 2019 37 46.15 28.68
Yinchuan map Yinchuan Metro 2017 8 6.9 4.3
Zhengzhou map Zhengzhou Metro 2013 153 206.3 128.2
Colombia Medellín map Metro de Medellin 1995 34 32 20
Czech Republic Prague map Prague Metro 1974 54 59.3 36.8
Denmark Copenhagen map Copenhagen Metro 2002 22 21 13
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo map Santo Domingo Metro 2009 16 14.5 9.0
Egypt Cairo map Cairo Metro[4] 1987 53 65.5 40.7
Finland Helsinki map Helsinki Metro 1982 17 21.1 13.1
France Lille map Lille Metro 1983 60 45.2 28.1
Lyon map Lyon Metro 1978 41 30 19
Marseille map Marseille Metro 1977 24 19 12
Paris map Paris Métro[note 1][5] 1900 368 199 124
Rennes map Rennes Metro 2002 15 9.4 5.8
Toulouse map Toulouse Metro 1993 41 37.5 23.3
Georgia Tbilisi map Tbilisi Metro 1966 22 26.4 16.4
Germany Berlin[note 2] map Berlin U-Bahn[6] 1902 173 147 91
Frankfurt map Frankfurt U-Bahn 1968 85 58.6 36.4
Hamburg map Hamburg U-Bahn 1912 89 100.7 62.6
Hannover[7] map Hannover Stadtbahn 1872 ? 125 78
Munich map Munich U-Bahn 1971 98 100.8 62.6
Nuremberg map Nuremberg U-Bahn 1972 44 34.6 21.5
Stuttgart map Stadtbahn Stuttgart 1985 182 123 76
Greece Athens-Piraeus map ISAP[note 3][8] 1904 24 25.6 15.9
Athens map Attico Metro[note 4][9] 2000 27 46.6 29.0
Hungary Budapest map Budapest Metro 1896 52 38.3 23.8
India Ahmedabad [1] Ahmedabad Metro 2019 6 6.5 4.0
Bangalore map Namma Metro 2011 51 56 35
Chennai map Chennai Metro 2015 42 54 34
Delhi map Delhi Metro[10] 2002 250 343.36 213.35
Hyderabad map Hyderabad Metro 2017 56 69 43
Jaipur map Jaipur Metro 2015 11 12 7.5
Kanpur map Kanpur Metro 2021 9 8.98 5.58
Kochi map Kochi Metro 2017 22 24.9 15.5
Kolkata map Kolkata Metro 1984 33 33.26 20.67
Lucknow map Lucknow Metro 2017 21 22.87 14.21
Mumbai map Mumbai Metro 2014 31 29.02 18.03
Nagpur map Nagpur Metro 2019 24 26.1 16.2
Noida map Noida Metro 2019 21 29.7 18.5
Pune map Pune Metro 2022 10 12 7.5
Iran Tehran map Tehran Metro[11] 2000 80 120 75
Ireland Dublin map Dublin Area Rapid Transit 1984 30 53 33
Italy Catania map Catania metro 1999 6 3.8 2.4
Genoa map Genoa Metro 1990 7 5.3 3.3
Milan map Milan Metro 1964 93 87 54
Naples map Naples Metro[note 5][12] 1925 69 29.8 18.5
Palermo map Palermo 1990 18 39.0 24.2
Rome map Rome metro 1955 50 38 24
Turin map Turin metro 2006 14 9.6 6.0
Japan Fukuoka map Fukuoka City Subway 1981 35 29.8 18.5
Kobe map Kobe Rapid Railway 1968 10 7.6 4.7
Kobe map Kobe Municipal Subway 1977 25 30.6 19.0
Kyoto map Kyoto Municipal Subway 1981 29 28.8 17.9
Nagoya map Nagoya Municipal Subway 1957 83 89.1 55.4
Osaka map Osaka Municipal Subway 1933 101 137.8 85.6
Sapporo map Sapporo Municipal Subway 1971 46 48 30
Sendai map Sendai Subway 1987 17 14.8 9.2
Tokyo map Tokyo Metro 1927 179 195.1 121.2
Tokyo map Toei Subway 1960 106 121.5 75.5
Tokyo map Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit 1996 8 12.2 7.6
Yokohama map Yokohama Municipal Subway 1972 32 40.4 25.1
Yokohama map Minatomirai Line 2004 6 4.1 2.5
North Korea Pyongyang map Pyongyang Metro 1973 17 22 14
South Korea Busan map Busan Subway 1985 129 131.7 81.8
Daegu map Daegu Subway 1997 55 53.9 33.5
Daejeon map Daejeon Subway 2006 22 22.6 14.0
Gwangju map Gwangju Subway 2004 20 20.1 12.5
Incheon map Incheon Subway 1999 29 29.4 18.3
Seoul map Seoul Subway[note 6] 1974 328 316.3 196.5
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur map RapidKL Light Rail Transit 1996 48 56 35
Mexico Guadalajara map Guadalajara Metro 1989 28 25 16
Mexico City map Mexico City Metro[note 7][13] 1969 175 176.4 109.6
Monterrey map Monterrey Metro 1991 32 32 20
Netherlands Amsterdam map Amsterdam Metro[note 8][14] 1977 33 32.7 20.3
Den Haag map Den Haag Metro 0.0 0
Rotterdam map Rotterdam Metro 1968 38 55.3 34.4
Norway Oslo map Oslo T-bane 1966 90 84.2 52.3
Peru Lima map Lima Metro 2003 7 11.7 7.3
Philippines Manila map Manila Light Rail Transit System 1984 32 34.5 21.4
Manila map Manila Metro Rail Transit System 1999 13 17.0 10.6
Poland Warszawa map Warsaw Metro 1995 21 23.1 14.4
Portugal Lisbon map Lisbon Metro 1959 46 39 24
Porto map Porto Metro 2002 68 60 37
Romania Bucharest map Bucharest Metro 1979 52 67.3 41.8
Russia Kazan map Kazan Metro[15] 2005 6 8 5.0
Moscow map Moscow Metro[note 9][16] 1935 180 298.8 185.7
Nizhny Novgorod map Nizhny Novgorod Metro 1985 13 15.3 9.5
Novosibirsk map Novosibirsk Metro 1986 12 14.3 8.9
Saint Petersburg map Saint Petersburg Metro 1955 63 110.2 68.5
Samara map Samara Metro 1987 9 10.2 6.3
Yekaterinburg map Yekaterinburg Metro 1991 7 8.6 5.3
Singapore Singapore map Mass Rapid Transit 1987 69 118.9 73.9
Spain Barcelona map Barcelona Metro[17] 1924 147 107.4 66.7
Bilbao map Metro Bilbao 1995 47 49.2 30.6
Madrid map Metro de Madrid[18] 1919 294 284 176
Palma map Palma Metro 2007 9 7.2 4.5
Sevilla map Sevilla Metro 2009 22 18.2 11.3
Sweden Stockholm map Stockholm Metro[19] 1950 100 105.7 65.7
Switzerland Lausanne map Lausanne Metro[note 10][20] 2008 14 5.9 3.7
Taiwan (Rep. of China) Taipei map Taipei Rapid Transit System 1996 80 90.6 56.3
Kaohsiung map Kaohsiung Mass Rapid Transit 2008 36 40.4 25.1
Thailand Bangkok map Bangkok Skytrain[21] 1999 25 28.7 17.8
Bangkok map Bangkok Metro 2004 18 20 12
Turkey Adana map Adana Metro 2009 13 13.5 8.4
Ankara map Ankara Metro 1997 23 23.4 14.5
Bursa map Bursa Metro 2003 22 24 15
Istanbul map Istanbul Metro 2000 10 15 9.3
Izmir map Izmir Metro 2000 10 11.6 7.2
Ukraine Dnipropetrovsk map Dnipropetrovsk Metro 1995 6 7.8 4.8
Kharkiv map Kharkiv Metro 1975 28 35.4 22.0
Kiev map Kiev Metro 1960 46 59.9 37.2
United Arab Emirates Dubai map Dubai Metro 2009 10 52.1 32.4
United Kingdom Glasgow map Glasgow Subway 1896 15 10.4 6.5
London map London Underground[22] 1863 270 408 254
London map Docklands Light Railway 1987 39 31 19
Newcastle/Sunderland map Tyne & Wear Metro 1980 60 77.7 48.3
United States Atlanta, Georgia map MARTA 1979 38 77 48
Baltimore, Maryland map Metro Subway 1983 14 24.5 15.2
Boston, Massachusetts map MBTA[note 11][23] 1897 51 61 38
Chicago, Illinois map Chicago 'L' 1892 144 170.8 106.1
Cleveland, Ohio map RTA Rapid Transit (Red Line) 1955 18 31 19
Los Angeles, California map Los Angeles County Metro Rail[note 12][24] 1993 16 28.0 17.4
Miami, Florida map Florida/Railroads Metrorail passenger=urban rail 1984 22 36 22
New York City, New York map New York City Subway[note 13][25] 1870 468 369 229
New York City, New York map PATH[26] 1908 13 22.2 13.8
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania map SEPTA[note 14] 1907 53 40.06 24.89
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania map PATCO Speedline 1936 13 22.9 14.2
San Francisco Bay Area, California map BART[27] 1972 43 167 104
San Juan, Puerto Rico map Puerto Rico/Railroads#Tren Urbano 2004 16 17.2 10.7
Washington, D.C. map Washington Metro 1976 86 171 106
Uzbekistan Tashkent map Tashkent Metro 1977 29 39.1 24.3
Venezuela Caracas map Caracas Metro 1983 44 51 32
Los Teques map Los Teques Metro 2006 2 9.5 5.9
Maracaibo map Maracaibo Metro 2006 6 6.5 4.0
Valencia map Valencia Metro 2006 7 4.7 2.9

Rendering

Notes

  1. Paris Metro network had 297 stations and was 211.3 km long in 2004. In 2007, the network was extended with 1 station and 1.6 kilometers.
    “Les Transports en commun”. Syndicat des Transports d'Ile-de-France. Retrieved 2008-02-24.  (fr) [ dead link ]
  2. The Berlin S-Bahn is not included here. It may be considered a hybrid between metro and a suburban railway. Urbanrail.net consider it to be a full rapid transit system, while others, like World Metro List, the International Association of Public Transport (IAPT), and Bombardier, indicate that the S-Bahn is a suburban or commuter railway system.
  3. The green line, operated by Athens-Piraeus Electric Railway, was opened in 1869 as a steam train railway line. It was electrified in 1904, extended with underground sections through the city in the 1950's, and extended to its full length in 1957. Full metro operation since 1904 or 1957 according to UrbanRail.net.
  4. The blue line also has a 21.2 km part (with 4 stations) to the airport that is owned by the Hellenic Railways Organisation and is mainly used by the suburban railway system.
  5. Currently, line 1, 2 and 6 are rapid transit. Additional suburban lines will be upgraded to rapid transit standard.
  6. Parts of Line 1 and Line 3 overlap with conventional railways that were built before 1974.
  7. There are 147 stations on the network map, counting transfer stations as one. The sum of number of stations for all lines is 175.
  8. Line 50, 53, and 54 are rapid transit. Numbers exclude light rail line 51.
  9. Opening year (1935), network length (298.8 km) and number of stations (180), are according to official webpage. Corrsesponding page in Russian states 177 stations. When counting transfer stations only once using the metro map, the number is 142 (excluding monorail line, but including light metro line).
  10. The Lausanne Metro has two lines. Line 1 is light rail, line 2 is rapid transit. Stats are for line 2 only.
  11. The Red, Orange, and Blue lines of the subway are rapid transit. The originally-elevated Orange Line opened in 1901, sharing the Tremont Street Subway that opened in 1897 as an underground tram tunnel.
  12. Red and purple lines. See California/Railroads.
  13. First regular elevated railway service began in 1870. The first section of subway opened in 1904. According to official statistics, the subway has 468 stations. With transfer stations counted as one, the number is 422 (according to system map and article in the New York Post; not including one temporarily closed station counted as part of the 468).
  14. Broad Street Line and Market–Frankford Line

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