CIS Metro Statistics

(effective April 2016)

 

City

Number of lines

Total number of stations

Number of stations by line

Bi-directional route length (km)

Average distance between stations (km)

Train length by line

(standard 19-meter cars)

(**)

Maximal possible train length

(standard 19-m cars)

Annual ridership in 2014

(million)

Russia

Moscow

13

200

2222221312242382251737

333.6

1.77

7876788848864

(*) 8, 6, or 4

2451.3

St. Petersburg

5

67

191810812

113.5

1.83

86666

(*) 8 or 6

763.1

Novosibirsk

2

13

85

15.9

1.45

44

5

87.7

Yekaterinburg

1

9

9

12.7

1.59

4

5

51.9

Nizhniy Novgorod

2

15

114

18.7

1.44

44

5

37.2

Samara

1

10

10

11.6

1.29

4

5

15.6

Kazan

1

10

10

15.8

1.76

4

5

29.2

Russia total

25

324

521.8

 

 

 

3436.1

Ukraine

Kyiv

3

52

181816

67.6

1.38

555

5

503.9

Kharkiv

3

29

1388

37.4

1.44

555

5

214.5

Dnipropetrovsk

1

6

6

7.1

1.42

3

5

7.4

Ukraine total

7

87

112.1

 

 

 

725.8

Belarus

Minsk

2

29

1514

37.3

1.38

55

5

318.5

Belarus total

2

29

37.3

 

 

 

318.5

Other countries

Toshkent

3

29

12116

36.2

1.39

444

5

54.0

Baku

3

25

2122

36.6

1.67

555

(*) 7 or 5

215.5

Tbilisi

2

22

166

26.3

1.32

43

5

99.0

Yerevan

1

10

10

12.1

1.35

2

5

15.8

Almaty

1

9

9

10.3

1.29

4

5

6.9

Others total

10

95

121.6

 

 

 

391.2

CIS grand total

44

535

792.8

 

 

 

4871.6

(*)  Maximal possible train length in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Baku (in standard 19-meter cars):

                         4 cars – Butovskaya line (Moscow),

                         5 cars – Red and Green lines (Baku),

                         6 cars – Filevskaya line (Moscow) and Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya and Nevsko-Vasileostrovskaya lines (St. Petersburg),

                         7 cars – Purple line (Baku),

                         8 cars – all the other lines in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

(**)  Articulated cars are employed on Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya, Filevskaya, Koltsevaya, Solntsevskaya, and Butovskaya lines in Moscow and on Tsentralnaya line in Kazan.  Each articulated car is 1.4 times the length of a standard 19-meter car.  Trains consist of 5 articulated cars on Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya and Koltsevaya lines, 4 articulated cars on Filevskaya line, and 3 articulated cars on Solntsevskaya, Butovskaya, and Tsentralnaya lines.  Approximate equivalent lengths in standard cars are indicated in the “Train length by line” column of the table for these six lines.


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Last update: April 23, 2016.

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