The origin of the London underground is the Metropolitan Underground Railway. The idea of the railway came from several diffrent people, but one, and probably the foremost, promoter of the idea was Charles Pearson.
The Paris Métro is an electric underground railway system; the term metro is also used in other countries to define a rapid transport system, not necessarily underground.
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The tube.The name comes from the circular tube like tunnels that the trains ride in.
The subway system in Moscow is called the "Metro".
A railway station is called a "vokzal" or maybe a "stantsiya", a Subway Station is called a "Stantsii Metro".
There are about 200 subway stations in Moscow and the network is growing.
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The number of stations in the Moscow metro is 12
Papineau - Montreal Metro - was created in 1966.
The Victoria line was the newest whole line to be built (it was opened in 1968), but the Jubilee is newer, although it drives on the exact tracks Metropolitan line did in 1933, the Jubilee opened in 1979, and extended from central London eastwards to the Docklands and Stratford in 1999.
142 stations. According to this web site(Japanese).
It also says that including private railwaiys, there are
704 stations in Tokyo.
They have IC card pre-paid tickets called SUICA or PASMO.
You can take their trains with only one card. If you
travel in Tokyo for many days, I recommend to use
them and refund it on the last day.
because they thought above ground travel was too dangerous and expensive.
Angel station, on the Northern line, has the longest escalator on the underground network, at 197ft, in two flights.
They are available all over the city and in some subway terminals for free.
Best bet is to find a book store (there are Barnes & Nobles all over the city) where you can buy different versions of subway maps for under $10. Maps are also imprinted on umbrellas and other items at the MTA store in Grand Central and at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Tourists shops often carry items like this as well.
Another free option is to print it yourself from the MTA web site (there's a PDF of the map there).
The price varies depending on how many zones you intend to travel, if you will pay cash, or use Oyster card Travelcard or Pay-As-You-Go.
However, a Zone 1 only, adult, trip will cost:
£8.80 Day Anytime Travelcard, and
£7.00 Day Off-peak Travelcard.
Beyond this, you can buy Travelcard for a week, a month, a year, there is a limit to how much your Pay-As-You-Go cost will be if you travel a lot over the course of a day, and these prices will most likely change in the near future, making this a very fuzzy list.
They are, however, correct as of December, 2013.
The Jam (an English punk band) wrote it in 1980. It appeared as a double a side single with 'Dreams Of Children' on the other side. It has been re released several times by different artists.
Leicester Square and Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line) are only 250 yards apart. This five-minute walk is also the most popular Tube journey with tourists. The journey between the two stations is almost certainly the quickest on the network, but the official Tube map reveals that Embankment station is only 100m from Charing Cross mainline station, which is also on the Northern Line. Bank and Monument in the square mile are in fact two ends of the same Tube station.
You can get an underground train and an overground train from London Bridge.
Tokyo subway is probably the busiest, with nearly 3 billions passengers in 2006, followed by Moscow metro.
The London Subway has 11 lines.
Bakerloo line, Central line, Circle line, District line, Hammersmith & City line, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line, Northern line, Piccadilly line, Victoria line and Waterloo & City line.
It is an underground rail network underneath London.
It was in Brigeport, Connecticut but it was called submarine sandwich shop