Metro systems by annual passenger rides


Metro systems by annual passenger rides
Cities with metro systems
The Tokyo Subway is the most highly used rapid transit system in the world.
The Moscow Metro is the busiest system in Europe and is known for its deep, beautifully decorated stations.
The Seoul Subway is the busiest in South Korea and the busiest on mainland Asia.
The Shanghai Metro is the fourth busiest system in the world and the busiest in China.
The Beijing Subway is the fifth busiest system in the world.
The New York City Subway is the busiest in the Americas and has more stations than any other, with 468 (or 423 counting transfer stations once) stations.
The Paris Métro is the busiest system in the European Union and is the world's busiest rubber-tyred metro.
The Mexico City Metro is the busiest metro system in Latin America and the second busiest in the Americas, and is known for the archaeology and pictographs in its stations.
The Hong Kong MTR is the ninth busiest system in the world and third in China.
The Guangzhou Metro is the tenth busiest system in the world and fourth in China.
The London Underground, popularly known as the "Tube," is the oldest system in the world, operating since 1863.

The most-used metro systems in terms of passenger rides per year:

  1. Japan Tokyo Subway (Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway only) 3.161 billion (2010) [1][2][Note 1]
  2. Russia Moscow Metro 2.348 billion (2010) [3]
  3. South Korea Seoul Subway (Seoul Metro and SMRT) 2.048 billion (2009) [Note 2]
  4. China Shanghai Metro 1.884 billion (2010) [4]
  5. China Beijing Subway 1.84 billion (2010) [5]
  6. United States New York City Subway 1.604 billion (2010) [6][Note 3]
  7. France Paris Métro 1.506 billion (2010) [7] [Note 4]
  8. Mexico Mexico City Metro 1.410 billion (2010) [8]
  9. Hong Kong Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway 1.41 billion (2010) [9][Note 5]
  10. China Guangzhou Metro (including FMetro) 1.18 billion (2010)[10]
  11. United Kingdom London Underground 1.107 billion (2010) [11][Note 6]
  12. Japan Osaka Municipal Subway 837 million (FY 2010) [12][Note 7]
  13. Russia Saint Petersburg Metro 829.8 million (2007) [13]
  14. Egypt Cairo Metro 805 million (2009/2010) [14]
  15. Brazil São Paulo Metro 754 million (2010) [15]
  16. Singapore Singapore Mass Rapid Transit 744.8 million (2010) [16][17][Note 8]
  17. Spain Madrid Metro 642 million (2009) [18]
  18. Chile Santiago Metro 621 million (2010) [19]
  19. Czech Republic Prague Metro 578.5 million (2010) [20]
  20. Austria Vienna U-Bahn 534.4 million (2010) [21]
  21. Germany Berlin U-Bahn 508.9 million (2009) [22]
  22. Republic of China Taipei Metro 505.4 million (2010) [23]
  23. Ukraine Kiev Metro 504.3 million (2010) [24]
  24. Venezuela Caracas Metro 484.6 million (2009) [25]
  25. Iran Tehran Metro 459.1 million (2008) [26][27][Note 9]
  26. Japan Nagoya Municipal Subway 427.5 million (2008) [28][Note 10]
  27. Argentina Buenos Aires Subway 409.8 million (2008) [29]
  28. Greece Athens Metro 388 million (2009) [30]
  29. Spain Barcelona Metro 381.2 million (2010) [31]
  30. Germany Munich U-Bahn 360 million (2010) [32]
  31. Italy Rome Metro 331 million (2008) [33]
  32. Italy Milan Metro 328 million (2007) [34]
  33. Sweden Stockholm Metro 310 million (2010) [35]
  34. Canada Toronto subway and RT 304 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  35. Hungary Budapest Metro 297 million (2008) [37]
  36. Canada Montreal Metro 296.3 million (2010) [38][Note 11]
  37. Ukraine Kharkiv Metro 278 million (2007) [39]
  38. India Delhi Metro 278 million (269 days in 2009-2010) [40] [Note 12]
  39. South Korea Busan Subway 274.8 million (2010)[41]
  40. Belarus Minsk Metro 273.6 million (2010) [42]
  41. France Lyon Metro 250 million (2008)[citation needed]
  42. Romania Bucharest Metro 219 million (2007) [43]
  43. United States Washington Metro 217.2 million (2010) [44]
  44. China Nanjing Metro 214 million (2010) [45]
  45. Japan Sapporo Municipal Subway 210 million (2006) [46]
  46. Azerbaijan Baku Metro 206.1 million (2009) [47]
  47. United States Chicago 'L' 203 million (2009) [48]
  48. Philippines Manila Light Rail Transit System 196.6 million (2008) [49]
  49. Germany Hamburg U-Bahn 194.9 million (2009) [50]
  50. Portugal Lisbon Metro 177 million (2009) [51]
  51. India Kolkata Metro 173 million (2009) [52]
  52. Japan Yokohama Municipal Subway 164 million (2007) [53]
  53. Colombia Metro de Medellín 155 million (2008) [54]
  54. Brazil Rio de Janeiro Metro 154.0 million (2009)[55]
  55. United States Boston Subway 145 million (2007) [56]
  56. Poland Warsaw Metro 140.2 million (2010) [57]
  57. China Chongqing Rail Transit (CRT) 140 million (2009) [58]
  58. China Shenzhen Metro 138 million (2009) [59]
  59. Belgium Brussels Metro 136 million (2006) [60]
  60. Thailand Bangkok Skytrain 136 million (FY 2009) [61]
  61. Japan Kyoto Municipal Subway 125.5 million (2008) [62]
  62. Germany Nuremberg U-Bahn 122.5 million (2009)[63]
  63. Japan Kobe Municipal Subway 121 million (2008) [64]
  64. Canada SkyTrain (Vancouver) 117.4 million (2010) [65]
  65. Turkey Ankara Metro 113.2 million (2007) [66]
  66. Germany Frankfurt U-Bahn 112.1 million (2008) [67]
  67. South Korea Daegu Metro 110 million (2008) [68]
  68. Malaysia RapidKL Light Rail Transit, Kuala Lumpur 109.2 million (2008) [69]
  69. Japan Fukuoka City Subway 108 million (2004) [70]
  70. United States Bay Area Rapid Transit, San Francisco 101.7 million (2007) [71]
  71. France Lille Metro 95.8 million (2009) [72]
  72. United States SEPTA, Philadelphia 92.4 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  73. Georgia (country) Tbilisi Metro 91.8 million (2007) [73]
  74. Netherlands Amsterdam Metro 91 million (2002) [74]
  75. Denmark Copenhagen S-train 91 million (2008) [75]
  76. Mexico Monterrey Metro 88.3 million (2008)[citation needed]
  77. Netherlands Rotterdam Metro 87.1 million (2008) [76]
  78. Spain Bilbao Metro 87.0 million (2009) [18]
  79. United States Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority 79.1 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  80. Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Metro 73 million (2009)[citation needed]
  81. South Korea Incheon Subway 73 million (2008) [77]
  82. Norway Oslo Metro 73.0 million (2008) [78]
  83. United States Port Authority Trans-Hudson, Newark-New York City 72.4 million (2008) [36][Note 11]
  84. Uzbekistan Tashkent Metro 71 million (2007) [34]
  85. Russia Novosibirsk Metro 70 million (2007) [79]
  86. France Marseille Metro 69 million (2007) [80]
  87. Spain Valencia Metro 68 million (2009) [18]
  88. Bulgaria Sofia Metro 65 million (2009) [81] [82]
  89. United Kingdom Docklands Light Railway 64 million (2008) [83]
  90. Thailand Bangkok Metro 63.7 million (2009)[84]
  91. Brazil Recife Metro 59.9 million (2009) [85]
  92. Japan Sendai Subway 58 million (2008) [86]
  93. Finland Helsinki Metro 58 million (2008) [87]
  94. Turkey Istanbul Metro 55.6 million (2006) [88][Note 13]
  95. Brazil Brasília Metro 54.8 million (2009)[citation needed]
  96. Denmark Copenhagen Metro 50 million (2009) [89]
  97. United Kingdom Tyne and Wear Metro 47 million (2008)[citation needed]
  98. Republic of China Kaohsiung MRT 46.0 million (2010) [90]
  99. Russia Yekaterinburg Metro 46 million (2007) [91]
  100. Brazil Porto Alegre Metro 45.3 million (2007) [92]
  101. United States Los Angeles County Metro Rail 45.1 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  102. Brazil Belo Horizonte Metro 43.8 million (2009)[93]
  103. France Rennes Metro 43.8 million (2007) [94][citation needed]
  104. France Toulouse Metro 42 million (2004) [95]
  105. United Arab Emirates Dubai Metro 39 million (2010) [96]
  106. Russia Kazan Metro 38.5 million (2011) [97]
  107. North Korea Pyongyang Metro 35 million (2008) [98]
  108. Russia Nizhny Novgorod Metro 33 million (2007) [99]
  109. Turkey Izmir Metro 30 million (2005) [100]
  110. South Korea Daejeon Metropolitan Subway 29 million (2008) [101]
  111. Italy Naples Metro 29 million (2006) [34]
  112. Switzerland Lausanne Metro 25 million (2009)[citation needed]
  113. Italy Turin Metro 21.9 million (2009) [102]
  114. India Mass Rapid Transit System 20.7 million (2009)[103]
  115. Japan Astram Line, Hiroshima 18 million (2005) [104]
  116. United States Metrorail, Miami 17.8 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  117. Armenia Yerevan Metro 17 million (2009) [60]
  118. South Korea Gwangju Subway 17 million (2008) [105]
  119. Ukraine Kryvyi Rih Metrotram 16.5 million (2009)[106]
  120. China Tianjin Subway (Tianjin Metro and Binhai Mass Transit) 15 million (1993) [107]
  121. Chile Valparaíso Metro 13.7 million (2009) [108]
  122. Ukraine Dnipropetrovsk Metro 13.6 million (2008) [109]
  123. Spain Seville Metro 13.46 million (2009) [110]
  124. United Kingdom Glasgow Subway 13.4 million (2008) [111]
  125. United States Metro Subway, Baltimore 13.2 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  126. China Wuhan Metro 13.15 million (2009) [112]
  127. Russia Samara Metro 12 million (2007) [113]
  128. Italy Genoa Metro 10 million (2009) [114]
  129. Puerto Rico Tren Urbano, San Juan 9.1 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  130. United States RTA Rapid Transit, Cleveland 5.2 million (2009) [36][Note 11]
  131. Brazil Teresina Metro 1.8 million (2009)[citation needed]
  132. Spain Palma de Mallorca Metro 1.2 million (2009) [115]

Notes

  1. ^ The figure is derived from ridership statistics of the two subway operators in Tokyo. The Tokyo Metro and the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation's Toei Subway constitute only 22% of the 14.6 billion metropolitan railway ridership in Greater Tokyo (MLIT Yearly Statistics). Compared to European or North American systems, Japanese rapid transit systems are generally neither thought of as metros nor as completely subterranean "subways" complicating whether only using the municipal subway statistic is accurate when comparing with other Metros around the world. In addition, when one considers intracity lines of JR East and private railway companies, Greater Tokyo (130 lines) has higher daily ridership than any other metropolitan area in the world with 14.6 billion passengers annually.
  2. ^ The figure is derived from ridership of two operators in Seoul: Seoul Metro 1,450,530,740 (Jan 2009 ~ Dec 2009) (Seoul Metro Statistics), and Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation(SMRT) 597,968,226 (Jan 2009 ~ Dec 2009) (Yearly Statistics). This figure counts only gate-passers, so it only includes the two systems' riders. Passengers from Incheon Subway, Korail metropolitan railroad system and A'REX are excluded. (2.279 billion if all included)
  3. ^ Does not include Port Authority Trans-Hudson ridership, or ridership on the Staten Island Railway.
  4. ^ The figure for Paris only includes the "métro". Traffic including the RER lines operated by the RATP reaches 1.928 billion passengers yearly.
  5. ^ Intercity, Light Rail & Feeder Bus excluded.
  6. ^ Does not include ridership on Docklands Light Railway (60 million), London Overground (100 million) and National Rail (1.5 billion[citation needed]) journeys within Greater London. (Roughly 2.9 billion if all included)
  7. ^ The Osaka Municipal Subway has only a minority share of all metropolitan railway ridership in Greater Osaka constituting only 17.6% of Greater Osaka's 4.745 billion rail passengers annually in 2010. If you include the Kobe and Kyoto subways the subway still only represents 22% of all rail travel in the Greater Osaka area with 1065.8 million passengers yearly (MLIT Yearly Statistics). Compared to European or North American systems, Japanese rapid transit systems are generally neither thought of as metros nor as completely subterranean "subways" complicating whether only using the municipal subway statistic is accurate when comparing with other Metros around the world. Greater Osaka's 4.745 billion annual rail passengers is the 2nd highest in the world after Tokyo.
  8. ^ Includes the ridership of both operators - SMRT Corporation and SBS Transit
  9. ^ Ridership is based on unlinked passenger trips (i.e. a transfer between two lines counts as two trips, transferring between three lines counts as three trips, etc.).
  10. ^ The Nagoya Municipal Subway has only a minority share of all metropolitan railway ridership in Greater Nagoya constituting only 38% of Greater Nagoya's 1.095 billion rail passengers annually in 2010 (MLIT Yearly Statistics). Compared to European or North American systems, Japanese rapid transit systems are generally neither thought of as metros nor as completely subterranean "subways" complicating whether only using the municipal subway statistic is accurate when comparing with other Metros around the world.
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j All American Public Transportation Association (APTA) figures are derived from unlinked transit passenger trips (i.e. a transfer between two lines counts as two passenger trips, transferring twice counts as three trips, etc.).
  12. ^ Annual figures not available, rank is approximate using 9-month figures from December 2009 to August 2010 for the purpose of comparison.
  13. ^ Include only M2 line.

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