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Old September 1st, 2009, 08:44 PM   #61
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The list has been updated with the information received. I have also only tried to include subway/metro/heavy rail systems but the definition of what that constitues depends on who you talk ask.

Martini87 I try to use system entries and not count passengers transferring between different lines. This is not the case for cities with more than one Metro operator like Tokyo or Seoul. System ridership for these cities is therefore higher than for places like Moscow or Mexico City with just one Metro operator.

coth you are correct most of the information comes from system annual reports, system web sites, Wikipedia and magazine and newspaper articles.


Metro/Subway Systems -- Annual Ridership -- lastest available statistics -- system entries

ANNUAL
PASSENGERS CITY (YEAR)

3,174,000,000 TOKYO, JAPAN (METRO & TOEI) (2008)
2,573,000,000 MOSCOW, RUSSIA (2008)
2,048,000,000 SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (Metro & SMRT) (2008)
1,624,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (NYCTA) (2008)
1,460,000,000 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (2008)
1,388,000,000 PARIS, FRANCE (2007)
1,309,000,000 HONG KONG, CHINA (2008)
1,200,000,000 BEIJING, CHINA (2008)
1,197,000,000 LONDON, UK (2007)
1,122,000,000 SHANGHAI, CHINA (2008)
878,000,000 OSAKA, JAPAN (2007)
832,000,000 ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA (2007)
700,000,000 CAIRO, EGYPT (2002)
686,000,000 MADRID, SPAIN (2008)
684,000,000 SAO PAULO, BRAZIL (2008)
642,000,000 KIEV, UKRAINE (2007)
642,000,000 SANTIAGO, CHILE (2008)
601,000,000 GUANGZHOU, CHINA (2008)
597,000,000 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC (2008)
571,000,000 SINGAPORE (SMRT & SBS) (2007)
510,000,000 CARACAS, VENEZUELA (2008)
498,000,000 VIENNA, AUSTRIA (2008)
450,000,000 TAIPEI, TAIWAN (2008)
447,000,000 BERLIN, GERMANY (2008)
405,000,000 NAGOYA, JAPAN (2003)
378,000,000 BARCELONA, SPAIN (2008)
353,000,000 TEHRAN, IRAN (2007)
349,000,000 MUNICH, GERMANY (2008)
331,000,000 ROME, ITALY (2008)
318,000,000 MILAN, ITALY (2007)
325,000,000 ATHENS, GREECE (2007)
318,000,000 MILAN, ITALY (2006)
315,000,000 MANILA, PHILIPPINES (2007)
310,000,000 DELHI, INDIA (2008)
303,000,000 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (2007)
297,000,000 BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (2008)
278,000,000 KHARKOV, UKRAINE (2007)
278,000,000 TORONTO, CANADA (2006)
264,000,000 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (2006)
264,000,000 BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA (2002)
262,000,000 MINSK, BELARUS (2007)
252,000,000 SAPPORO, JAPAN (1998)
219,000,000 MONTREAL, CANADA (2006)
210,000,000 WASHINGTON D.C., USA (2007)
206,000,000 BANGKOK, THAILAND (2007)
187,000,000 CHICAGO, USA (2005)
184,000,000 HAMBURG, GERMANY (2007)
182,000,000 LYON, FRANCE (2004)
180,000,000 LISBON, PORTUGAL (2007)
176,000,000 BAKU, AZERBAIJAN (2007)
150,000,000 YOKOHAMA, JAPAN (2000)
145,000,000 BOSTON, USA (2008)
140,000,000 MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA (2007)
136,000,000 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (2008)
135,000,000 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL (2006)
119,000,000 INCHON, SOUTH KOREA (2004)
113,000,000 ANKARA, TURKEY (2007)
111,000,000 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA (1999)
111,000,000 KYOTO, JAPAN (2000)
108,000,000 DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA (2006)
108,000,000 FUKUOKA, JAPAN (2004)
106,000,000 WARSAW, POLAND (2006)
100,000,000 CALCUTTA, INDIA (2000)
100,000,000 SAN FRANCISCO, USA (2007)
92,000,000 KOBE, JAPAN (2000)
92,000,000 NUREMBURG, GERMANY (1997)
92,000,000 TBILISI, GEORGIA (2007)
91,000,000 AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (1997)
86,000,000 BILBAO, SPAIN (2008)
86,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (SEPTA) (2005)
85,000,000 ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (2006)
84,000,000 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA (2000)
75,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (PATH) (2008)
74,000,000 LILLE, FRANCE (2004)
73,000,000 SHENZHEN, CHINA (2005)
71,000,000 TOSHKENT, UZBEKISTAN (2007)
70,000,000 NOVOSIBIRSK, RUSSIA (2007)
69,000,000 VANCOUVER, CANADA (2006)
68,000,000 ISTANBUL, TURKEY (2008)
64,000,000 OSLO, NORWAY (2005)
58,000,000 HELSINKI, FINLAND (2008)
58,000,000 MARSEILLE, FRANCE (2003)
57,000,000 SENDAI, JAPAN (1999)
46,000,000 YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA (2007)
42,000,000 LOS ANGELES, USA (2007)
42,000,000 TOULOUSE, FRANCE (2004)
38,000,000 NEWCASTLE, UK (2006)
37,000,000 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (2006)
35,000,000 PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA (1994)
33,000,000 NIZHNI NOVGOROD, RUSSIA (2007)
31,000,000 ATLANTA, USA (2004)
30,000,000 IZMIR, TURKEY (2005)
29,000,000 NAPLES, ITALY (2006)
29,000,000 SOFIA, BULGARIA (2004)
23,000,000 RENNES, FRANCE (2004)
18,000,000 HIROSHIMA, JAPAN (2005)
18,000,000 MIAMI, USA (2007)
17,000,000 YEREVAN, ARMENIA (2007)
16,000,000 BRASILIA, BRAZIL (2002)
14,000,000 BALTIMORE, USA (2007)
13,000,000 GLASGOW, UK (2006)
12,000,000 SAMARA, RUSSIA (2007)
11,000,000 DNIPROPETROVSK, UKRAINE (2007)
11,000,000 GWANGJU,SOUTH KOREA (2006)
9,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (PATCO) (2007)
7,000,000 CLEVELAND, USA (2007)
7,000,000 KAZAN, RUSSIA (2007)
Can you add Valencia, Venezuela. I've posted the data of this city. Thanks.
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Old September 1st, 2009, 09:08 PM   #62
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It amazes me how low Cleveland's system is especially since it goes to the International Airport.
Also amazing how low Vancouver is on a per-capita basis when compared to Tor/Mon.
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Old September 1st, 2009, 11:20 PM   #63
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I know its waaaay down the list but Glasgow was up to 14.6 million riders for teh 07/08 fiinancial year (take that Baltimore!)
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Old September 2nd, 2009, 05:21 AM   #64
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Occit: Sorry I have added Valencia, Venezuela to the list. I have also updated the information for the following cities: Nagoya, Yokohama, Sapporo, Sendai, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Incheon, Vancouver, Medellin, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Buenos Aires, and Glasgow


Metro/Subway Systems -- Annual Ridership -- lastest available statistics -- system entries

ANNUAL
PASSENGERS CITY (YEAR)

3,174,000,000 TOKYO, JAPAN (METRO & TOEI) (2008)
2,573,000,000 MOSCOW, RUSSIA (2008)
2,048,000,000 SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (Metro & SMRT) (2008)
1,624,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (NYCTA) (2008)
1,460,000,000 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO (2008)
1,388,000,000 PARIS, FRANCE (2007)
1,309,000,000 HONG KONG, CHINA (2008)
1,200,000,000 BEIJING, CHINA (2008)
1,197,000,000 LONDON, UK (2007)
1,122,000,000 SHANGHAI, CHINA (2008)
878,000,000 OSAKA, JAPAN (2007)
832,000,000 ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA (2007)
700,000,000 CAIRO, EGYPT (2002)
686,000,000 MADRID, SPAIN (2008)
684,000,000 SAO PAULO, BRAZIL (2008)
642,000,000 KIEV, UKRAINE (2007)
642,000,000 SANTIAGO, CHILE (2008)
601,000,000 GUANGZHOU, CHINA (2008)
597,000,000 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC (2008)
571,000,000 SINGAPORE (SMRT & SBS) (2007)
510,000,000 CARACAS, VENEZUELA (2008)
498,000,000 VIENNA, AUSTRIA (2008)
450,000,000 TAIPEI, TAIWAN (2008)
447,000,000 BERLIN, GERMANY (2008)
427,000,000 NAGOYA, JAPAN (2008)
378,000,000 BARCELONA, SPAIN (2008)
353,000,000 TEHRAN, IRAN (2007)
349,000,000 MUNICH, GERMANY (2008)
331,000,000 ROME, ITALY (2008)
328,000,000 MILAN, ITALY (2007)
325,000,000 ATHENS, GREECE (2007)
315,000,000 MANILA, PHILIPPINES (2007)
310,000,000 DELHI, INDIA (2008)
303,000,000 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (2007)
297,000,000 BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (2008)
280,000,000 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA (2008)
278,000,000 KHARKOV, UKRAINE (2007)
278,000,000 TORONTO, CANADA (2006)
262,000,000 MINSK, BELARUS (2007)
257,000,000 BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA (2008)
219,000,000 MONTREAL, CANADA (2006)
215,000,000 WASHINGTON D.C., USA (2008)
210,000,000 SAPPORO, JAPAN (2006)
206,000,000 BANGKOK, THAILAND (2007)
187,000,000 CHICAGO, USA (2005)
184,000,000 HAMBURG, GERMANY (2007)
182,000,000 LYON, FRANCE (2004)
180,000,000 LISBON, PORTUGAL (2007)
176,000,000 BAKU, AZERBAIJAN (2007)
164,000,000 YOKOHAMA, JAPAN (2007)
155,000,000 MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA (2008)
145,000,000 BOSTON, USA (2008)
136,000,000 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (2008)
135,000,000 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL (2006)
113,000,000 ANKARA, TURKEY (2007)
111,000,000 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA (1999)
111,000,000 KYOTO, JAPAN (2000)
110,000,000 DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA (2008)
108,000,000 FUKUOKA, JAPAN (2004)
106,000,000 WARSAW, POLAND (2006)
100,000,000 CALCUTTA, INDIA (2000)
100,000,000 SAN FRANCISCO, USA (2007)
92,000,000 KOBE, JAPAN (2000)
92,000,000 NUREMBURG, GERMANY (1997)
92,000,000 TBILISI, GEORGIA (2007)
91,000,000 AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (1997)
86,000,000 BILBAO, SPAIN (2008)
86,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (SEPTA) (2005)
85,000,000 ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (2006)
84,000,000 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA (2000)
75,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (PATH) (2008)
74,000,000 VANCOUVER, CANADA (2008)
74,000,000 LILLE, FRANCE (2004)
73,000,000 INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA (2008)
73,000,000 SHENZHEN, CHINA (2005)
71,000,000 TOSHKENT, UZBEKISTAN (2007)
70,000,000 NOVOSIBIRSK, RUSSIA (2007)
68,000,000 ISTANBUL, TURKEY (2008)
64,000,000 OSLO, NORWAY (2005)
58,000,000 HELSINKI, FINLAND (2008)
58,000,000 MARSEILLE, FRANCE (2003)
58,000,000 SENDAI, JAPAN (2008)
46,000,000 YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA (2007)
42,000,000 LOS ANGELES, USA (2007)
42,000,000 TOULOUSE, FRANCE (2004)
38,000,000 NEWCASTLE, UK (2006)
37,000,000 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK (2006)
35,000,000 PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA (1994)
34,000,000 ATLANTA, USA (2007)
33,000,000 NIZHNI NOVGOROD, RUSSIA (2007)
30,000,000 IZMIR, TURKEY (2005)
29,000,000 DAEJEON, SOUTH KOREA (2008)
29,000,000 NAPLES, ITALY (2006)
29,000,000 SOFIA, BULGARIA (2004)
23,000,000 RENNES, FRANCE (2004)
18,000,000 VALENCIA, VENEZUELA (2008)
18,000,000 HIROSHIMA, JAPAN (2005)
18,000,000 MIAMI, USA (2007)
17,000,000 GWANGJU,SOUTH KOREA (2008)
17,000,000 YEREVAN, ARMENIA (2007)
16,000,000 BRASILIA, BRAZIL (2002)
15,000,000 GLASGOW, UK (2008)
14,000,000 BALTIMORE, USA (2007)
12,000,000 SAMARA, RUSSIA (2007)
11,000,000 DNIPROPETROVSK, UKRAINE (2007)
9,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (PATCO) (2007)
7,000,000 CLEVELAND, USA (2007)
7,000,000 KAZAN, RUSSIA (2007)
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Los Angeles according to Metro.net

As of July 2009

Red Line Subway monthly boardings - 4,448,964 x 12 = 53,387,568
Blue Line Light Rail monthly boardings - 2,342,617 x 12 = 28,111,404
Green Line Light Rail monthly boardings - 1,078,617 x 12 = 12,943,404
Gold Line Light Rail monthly boardings - 560, 290 x 12 = 6,723,480

Total Rail monthly boardings - 101,165,856 yearly rail boardings

This does not include..

Orange Line BRT - 562,648 x 12 = 6,751,776

and opening next month is a 6 mile extension of the Gold Line that will double the ridership of that line and opening next year is a new line from downtown LA to Culver city that will have somewhere around 15,000,000 yearly boardings.
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The latest data for Sofia, Bulgaria show more than 140 000 passengers/day. That means about 50 000 000 for a year..
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Old September 3rd, 2009, 10:34 PM   #67
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I have also only tried to include subway/metro/heavy rail systems but the definition of what that constitues depends on who you talk ask.
Mmm. If you want to use it:

for Mannheim/Ludwigshafen/Heidelberg area:

Rhine-Neckar Tram/Light Rail Combination System : 120 Million passengers/year (2008)
Rhine-Neckar Heavy Rail Commuter System (S-Bahn) : 25 Million passengers/year (average since 2003)
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Just to nitpick Vancouver's numbers, according to Wiki skytrain had a total of 210,000 riders/day or 76,000,000/yr. The Canada line just opened with a ridership of 80-90,000 riders/day or roughly 29,000,000/yr (lowball estimate).
So total annual ridership now is 105,000,000
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Old September 25th, 2009, 06:23 PM   #69
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Hey, this is the updated statistics for Kuala Lumpur Metro 2008
Taken from Ministry of Transport Malaysia www.mot.gov.my

Metro
RapidKL Kelana Jaya Line 58,168,337
RapidKL Ampang Line 51,009,480

Monorail
RapidKL Monorail 21,765,233
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Old September 25th, 2009, 08:05 PM   #70
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Just like to update that annual ridership in 2008 for the Yokohama municipal subway is:

197,905,864

http://www.city.yokohama.jp

Also Kaohsiung (Taiwan)'s MRT opened in April 2008. Total ridership for the 7 months to Dec 08 is 29,799,356

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Old September 26th, 2009, 03:27 AM   #71
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Has anybody done any statistical analysis of ridership figure in relation to the total polulation of the city (that is, per head of population)?
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PATH needs to be on there! 246,000 passengers on an average weekday, makes it ~ 68 million a year... That's just weekdays!!!!

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It is not very impressive even for a single line, most metro lines of big cities carry more passengers.
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Metropolitan Manila's Rapid Transit System (Yellow, Purple and Blue line)

Total 408,753,152 (2007)

and is bound to increase with the closing of the yellow and blue line gap forming a metropolitan loop line.
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It is not very impressive even for a single line, most metro lines of big cities carry more passengers.
Single lines in Tokyo and Moscow carry nearly 8 times more.
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It is not very impressive even for a single line, most metro lines of big cities carry more passengers.
For the U.S. it is. They have newly opened LRT lines that carry less than 20000 passenger/day and that are considered successfull nevertheless.
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Toronto listed ridership on the TTC at 470.8 million in 2008. Does this include non-subway trips?

http://www3.ttc.ca/News/2009/May/TTC..._last_12_m.jsp
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Has anybody done any statistical analysis of ridership figure in relation to the total polulation of the city (that is, per head of population)?
Working on this. I started with just the cities with the top 25 total ridership.
Of course it is hard to figure out what population figures to use. It would be nice to have total rail (light, metro, subruban, heavy) trips within the city and within the metro region for each city but that data just isn't out there.

The top 5 per-capita rides per-year rankings are:
Prague Metro 481
Vienna U-Bahn 296
Tokyo Metro and Toei 248
Moscow Metro 244
Kiev Metro 228
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^ Like you (somewhat) noted, city population is meaningless. Everything needs to be done to at least the metropolitan area level to make a fair comparison.
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Statistics have been updated.

WORLD SUBWAY/METRO COMPARISON TABLE

ANNUAL YEAR
PASSENGERS CITY OF DATA
3,174,000,000 TOKYO, JAPAN (METRO & TOEI) 2008
2,573,000,000 MOSCOW, RUSSIA 2008
2,048,000,000 SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (Metro & SMRT) 2008
1,624,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (NYCTA) 2008
1,460,000,000 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO 2008
1,388,000,000 PARIS, FRANCE 2007
1,309,000,000 HONG KONG, CHINA 2008
1,200,000,000 BEIJING, CHINA 2008
1,197,000,000 LONDON, UK 2007
1,122,000,000 SHANGHAI, CHINA 2008
860,000,000 OSAKA, JAPAN 2007
832,000,000 ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA 2007
700,000,000 CAIRO, EGYPT 2002
686,000,000 MADRID, SPAIN 2008
684,000,000 SAO PAULO, BRAZIL 2008
642,000,000 KIEV, UKRAINE 2007
642,000,000 SANTIAGO, CHILE 2008
601,000,000 GUANGZHOU, CHINA 2008
597,000,000 PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC 2008
571,000,000 SINGAPORE (SMRT & SBS) 2007
510,000,000 CARACAS, VENEZUELA 2008
498,000,000 VIENNA, AUSTRIA 2008
450,000,000 TAIPEI, TAIWAN 2008
447,000,000 BERLIN, GERMANY 2008
427,000,000 NAGOYA, JAPAN 2008
378,000,000 BARCELONA, SPAIN 2008
353,000,000 TEHRAN, IRAN 2007
349,000,000 MUNICH, GERMANY 2008
346,000,000 MANILA, PHILIPPINES 2008
331,000,000 ROME, ITALY 2008
328,000,000 MILAN, ITALY 2007
325,000,000 ATHENS, GREECE 2007
310,000,000 DELHI, INDIA 2008
303,000,000 STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN 2007
297,000,000 BUDAPEST, HUNGARY 2008
280,000,000 BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA 2008
278,000,000 KHARKOV, UKRAINE 2007
278,000,000 TORONTO, CANADA 2006
262,000,000 MINSK, BELARUS 2007
257,000,000 BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA 2008
219,000,000 MONTREAL, CANADA 2006
215,000,000 WASHINGTON D.C., USA 2008
210,000,000 SAPPORO, JAPAN 2006
206,000,000 BANGKOK, THAILAND 2007
198,000,000 CHICAGO, USA 2008
198,000,000 YOKOHAMA, JAPAN 2008
184,000,000 HAMBURG, GERMANY 2007
182,000,000 LYON, FRANCE 2004
180,000,000 LISBON, PORTUGAL 2007
176,000,000 BAKU, AZERBAIJAN 2007
155,000,000 MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA 2008
145,000,000 BOSTON, USA 2007
136,000,000 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM 2008
135,000,000 RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL 2006
126,000,000 KYOTO, JAPAN 2008
121,000,000 KOBE, JAPAN 2008
114,000,000 WARSAW, POLAND 2007
113,000,000 ANKARA, TURKEY 2007
111,000,000 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA 1999
110,000,000 DAEGU, SOUTH KOREA 2008
109,000,000 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA 2008
108,000,000 FUKUOKA, JAPAN 2004
102,000,000 NANJING, CHINA 2008
100,000,000 CALCUTTA, INDIA 2000
100,000,000 SAN FRANCISCO, USA 2007
92,000,000 NUREMBURG, GERMANY 1997
92,000,000 TBILISI, GEORGIA 2007
91,000,000 AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 2002
86,000,000 BILBAO, SPAIN 2008
85,000,000 ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 2006
75,000,000 NEW YORK CITY, USA (PATH) 2008
74,000,000 LILLE, FRANCE 2004
74,000,000 VANCOUVER, CANADA 2008
73,000,000 INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA 2008
73,000,000 SHENZHEN, CHINA 2005
71,000,000 TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN 2007
70,000,000 NOVOSIBIRSK, RUSSIA 2007
68,000,000 ISTANBUL, TURKEY 2008
64,000,000 OSLO, NORWAY 2005
58,000,000 HELSINKI, FINLAND 2008
58,000,000 MARSEILLE, FRANCE 2004
58,000,000 SENDAI, JAPAN 2008
57,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (SEPTA) 2008
51,000,000 SOFIA, BULGARIA 2008
46,000,000 YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA 2007
45,000,000 LOS ANGELES, USA 2008
42,000,000 TOULOUSE, FRANCE 2004
38,000,000 NEWCASTLE, UK 2006
37,000,000 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK 2002
35,000,000 PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA 2006
34,000,000 ATLANTA, USA 1994
33,000,000 NIZHNI NOVGOROD, RUSSIA 2007
30,000,000 IZMIR, TURKEY 2005
30,000,000 KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN 2008
29,000,000 DAEJEON, SOUTH KOREA 2008
29,000,000 NAPLES, ITALY 2006
23,000,000 RENNES, FRANCE 2004
19,000,000 MIAMI, USA 2008
18,000,000 HIROSHIMA, JAPAN 2005
18,000,000 VALENCIA, VENEZUELA 2008
17,000,000 GWANGJU,SOUTH KOREA 2008
17,000,000 YEREVAN, ARMENIA 2007
16,000,000 BRASILIA, BRAZIL 2002
15,000,000 GLASGOW, UK 2008
15,000,000 TIANJIN, CHINA 1993
14,000,000 BALTIMORE, USA 2008
12,000,000 SAMARA, RUSSIA 2007
11,000,000 DNIPROPETROVSK, UKRAINE 2007
10,000,000 PHILADELPHIA, USA (PATCO) 2008
9,000,000 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 2008
7,000,000 KAZAN, RUSSIA 2007
6,000,000 CLEVELAND, USA 2008


LosAngelesSportsFan: I am only including Red Line ridership and the 45M shown for Los Angeles are from the LA Metro.

JloKyM: Thanks for the update.

kato2k8: Impressive ridership for Rhine-Neckar

Vanman: Thanks for the information, when Vancouver reports their 2009 ridership sometime in 2010, I will update the numbers. I was just in Vancouver and the Canada line ridership in the evening rush hour was incredibly busy, especially the line to Richmond. I am sure in 2009 Vancouver will climb the list significantly.

Dr Jake: Thanks for the update and link, I had trouble finding KL's statistics.

nemu: Thank you for the update and links as well.

metsfan: PATH's ridership is listed "New York City, USA (PATH)", with ridership at 75M which was reported by the Port Authority for 2008.

Vmagat: The information I have from Manila for 2008 is as follows: Yellow line was 138M, Purple line was 59M and MRT3 was 149M. Total ridership was 346M.

isaidiso: TTC 470.8M includes buses and streetcars. I could not find 2008 for subway alone.
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