Metros

Vancouver is Canada's third city, the metropolitan area having a population approaching 2.3 million and projected for 3 million by 2030. An important port of the Pacific Rim, close to the US border and the region's main transport hub, the city has a high standard of living. Developed on land…
The city-state of Berlin has a long-established underground network, with the first trains running in 1902. The system has a complex history of line reorganisation, re-designation and part-completed schemes. Like its London counterpart, Berlin features abandoned alignments and stations. Following the East/West separation after World War II the network was…
The Downtown Line Stage 3 (DTL3) is a 21km, underground, automatic, driverless metro in Singapore. Initiated by the Land Transport Authority (LTA), DTL3 aims to improve rail connectivity between the eastern corridors and the central business district (CBD) while developing the urban Marina Bay area. The project forms the last…
The Al Mashaaer Al Mugaddassah Metro Line (MMMP), which is part of the Makkah (Mecca) Metro, is an 18.1km line constructed to connect the holy cities of Mecca, Arafat, Muzdalifa and Mina. The line was opened in November 2010 and became fully operational in November 2011. The Mecca monorail project…
Greater Chicago is the third largest of the US metropolitan statistical areas, extending into the states of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. The city owes its emergence as one of the country's main economic and population centres to a concentration of railways that served the interior, notably for agricultural production and…
Page 1 of 2