List of suburban and commuter rail systems

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This is an alphabetical listing of cities and countries that have commuter or suburban railways that are currently operational and in service. Commuter and suburban rail systems are train services that connect city centres with outer suburbs or nearby cities, with most passengers doing work or school commuting. Unlike metros, these systems usually operate on main line tracks unsegregated from other rail traffic. And unlike light rail, they usually have lower service frequencies but generally offer multiple services throughout work days and peak hours.

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City Country Name Official Link Lines Stations System length (km) Daily Ridership
Buenos Aires  Argentina Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area Rail Network Transporte Público 8 224 815 1,400,000 [1]
Córdoba  Argentina Tren de las Sierras 1 14 150.8 1,093[2]
La Plata  Argentina University train of La Plata 1 7 4.6
Neuquén-Cipolletti  Argentina Tren del Valle 1 2 10.5 1,500
Santiago del Estero  Argentina Tren al Desarrollo 1 4 8
Posadas - Encarnación  Argentina /  Paraguay Posadas-Encarnación International Train 1 2 8 8,000[3]
Adelaide  Australia Adelaide Metro Adelaide Metro 6 86 140 39,700[4]
Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast  Australia Queensland Rail Queensland Rail 10 146 400 147,000[5]
Melbourne  Australia Metro Trains Melbourne1 Metro Trains Melbourne Public Transport Victoria Vicsig 16 215 965 660,000[6]
Melbourne, Grampians, Barwon South West, Loddon Mallee, Gippsland  Australia V/Line Commuter V/Line 5 68 639 57,000[7]
Perth  Australia Transperth Trains Transperth 6 69 173 159,600[8]
Sydney  Australia Sydney Trains1 Sydney Trains 9 175 813 1,033,000[9]
Sydney, Newcastle, Central Coast, Wollongong, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands  Australia NSW TrainLink Intercity NSW TrainLink 5 175 1,099 122,500[10]
Graz  Austria S-Bahn Steiermark Graz-Köflacher Bahn (GKB) ÖBB Steiermärkische Landesbahnen (StB) 11 112 450
Innsbruck  Austria Tyrol S-Bahn ÖBB 6 68 271 42,000[11]
Klagenfurt  Austria S-Bahn Kärnten ÖBB 3 57 143
Linz  Austria S-Bahn Oberösterreich S-Bahn OberösterreichLILOÖBB 5 62 172
Salzburg  Austria Salzburg S-Bahn Berchtesgadener Land Bahn (BLB)ÖBBSalzburger Lokalbahn (SLB) 5 64 130
Vienna  Austria S-Bahn Wien ÖBB S-Bahn Wien 10 181 475 300,000
Vorarlberg  Austria S-Bahn Vorarlberg MontafonerbahnÖBB 3 80
Baku  Azerbaijan Baku suburban railway 1 6 13.5
Brussels  Belgium Brussels RER [1] [2] 12 120 350 68,500[12]
CratoJuazeiro do Norte  Brazil Cariri Metro Metrô do Cariri 5,000[13]
Fortaleza  Brazil Fortaleza Metro (Metrofor)[Note 1] Metrofor 2 28 43 31,000
João Pessoa  Brazil Sistema de Trens Urbanos de João Pessoa CBTU João Pessoa 1 12 30 10,000
Natal  Brazil Sistema de Trens Urbanos de Natal 2 23 56 15,000[14]
Rio de Janeiro  Brazil SuperVia 7 109 223.5 620,000
São Paulo  Brazil Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos (CPTM)1 7 94 273 3,000,000
Teresina  Brazil Teresina Metro 1 9 13.5 8,000
Montreal  Canada Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) AMT 6 61 254.5 83,100
Toronto  Canada GO Transit Go Transit 7 62 444 216,000
Vancouver  Canada West Coast Express West Coast Express 1 8 69 11,300
Valparaiso  Chile Valparaíso Metro Metro de Valparaíso 1 20 43 75,000[15]
Concepción  Chile Biotren 2 17 48 24,500[16]
Santiago de Chile - Rancagua  Chile Metrotren 1 18 133.8 74,000[17]
Beijing  China Beijing Suburban Railway 3 16 276.6
Changsha  China Changsha–Zhuzhou–Xiangtan intercity railway 1 21 97.6
Hong Kong  China MTR[Note 2] MTR 4 40 119.7 1,877,400
Ningbo  China Ningbo Suburban Railway 1 3 48.7
Pearl River Delta  China Pearl River Delta Metropolitan Region intercity railway 3 40 357
Shanghai  China Jinshan Railway 1 8 56.4 30,000[18]
Shaoxing  China Shaoxing Tourism New Transit railway 1 3 48.2
San José  Costa Rica Incofer
Split  Croatia Split Suburban Railway 1 7 17.8 156[19]
Zagreb  Croatia Zagreb Commuter Rail 1 19 47
Havana  Cuba Havana Suburban Railway 8
Prague  Czech Republic Esko Prague 33 295 933 110,000
Ostrava  Czech Republic Esko Moravian-Silesian Region 10
Aalborg  Denmark Aalborg Commuter Rail DSB 1 7 27
Copenhagen  Denmark S-train1 S-tog 7 85 170 357,000
Tallinn  Estonia Elektriraudtee [3] 4 37 132
Helsinki  Finland Helsinki commuter rail VR commuter rail 14 55 236 200,000[20]
Tampere  Finland Tampere commuter rail [fi] Nysse 2 3-20
Lille  France TER Hauts-De-France SNCF 12 363
Paris  France Réseau Express Régional (RER)1 RATP 5 246 587 3,290,000[21]
Transilien Transilien 15 383 1299 3,520,700[22]
Toulouse  France Toulouse railway network Tisséo 2 10
Berlin  Germany Berlin S-Bahn1 S-Bahn Berlin GmbH 15 166 331.5 1,500,000[23]
Bremen  Germany Regio-S-Bahn Bremen/Niedersachsen NordWestBahn 4 56 270
Dresden  Germany Dresden S-Bahn DB Regio 3 46 103 36,000[24]
Frankfurt/Mainz/Wiesbaden  Germany Rhine-Main S-Bahn DB Regio 9 108 303 400,000
Hamburg  Germany Hamburg S-Bahn1 S-Bahn Hamburg GmbH Hamburger Verkehrsverbund 6 68 144 605,000[25]
Hannover  Germany Hanover S-Bahn DB Regio 8 74 385
Leipzig/Halle  Germany S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland DB RegioS-Bahn Mitteldeutschland 7 104 430 90,000[26]
Magdeburg  Germany S-Bahn Mittelelbe DB Regio 1 22 76
Mannheim/Heidelberg/Karlsruhe  Germany RheinNeckar S-Bahn DB Regio 5 77 290
Munich  Germany Munich S-Bahn DB RegioMVV 8 148 442 800,000
Nuremberg  Germany Nuremberg S-Bahn DB Regio 4 78 229 40,000
Ruhr Area/Cologne/Düsseldorf  Germany Rhein-Ruhr S-Bahn AbellioDB RegioRegio-Bahn 13 124 676 356,000[27][28]
Rostock  Germany Rostock S-Bahn DB Regio 3 24 58
Stuttgart  Germany Stuttgart S-Bahn Stuttgart S-Bahn 6 75 190 340,000
Athens  Greece Proastiakos Athens Proastiakos Athens 4 45 320 30,000[29]
Thessaloniki  Greece Proastiakos Thessaloniki Proastiakos Thessaloniki 2 25 248.9
Patras  Greece Proastiakos Patras Proastiakos Patras 1 9 12 4,400[30]
Budapest  Hungary BHÉV MÁV-HÉV Zrt. 5 79 101
Suburban trains in Budapest 14 333
Chennai  India Chennai Suburban Railway 4 110 303 1,500,000
Lucknow - Kanpur  India Lucknow-Kanpur Suburban Railway 2 16 72 80,000
Delhi  India Delhi Suburban Railway 35 3,700
Hyderabad  India Hyderabad MMTS 3 36 43 200,000
Kolkata  India Kolkata Suburban Railway 20 348 1142 3,100,000
Pune  India Pune Suburban Railway 2 29 64 100,000
Mumbai  India Mumbai Suburban Railway Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation 5 140 465 7,585,000
Jakarta  Indonesia KRL Commuterline KRL Jabodetabek 6 80 236.3 950,000[31]
Medan  Indonesia Kereta api Sri Lelawangsa 1 2 21
Surabaya  Indonesia Kereta api Komuter Surabaya-Bangil 1 17 47
Kereta api Komuter Sulam 1 7
Yogyakarta  Indonesia Prambanan Express 1 10 64 5,000
Tehran  Iran Tehran Metro (Line 5) Urban & Suburban Railway Operation Co 1 11 41.5
Greater Dublin  Ireland Dublin Area Rapid Transit Iarnród Éireann 2 32 53
Dublin Suburban Rail Iarnród Éireann 5 77
Cork  Ireland Cork Suburban Rail Iarnród Éireann 3 10
Galway  Ireland Galway Suburban Rail Iarnród Éireann 1 3
Limerick  Ireland Limerick Suburban Rail Iarnród Éireann 3 7
Tel Aviv, Haifa,
Jerusalem, Beersheba
 Israel Israel Railways Israel Railways 11 69 1221 225,000
Bari  Italy Bari metropolitan railway service FNB
Ferrovie
2
Bologna  Italy Bologna metropolitan railway service SFM Bologna 8 82 350 82,076 [32]
Milan  Italy Milan suburban railway service Trenord 12 125 403[citation needed] 230,000[33]
Naples  Italy Line 2 1 12
Circumvesuviana EAV 6 96 142
Circumflegrea railway 1 16 27
Cumana railway 1 16 20
Naples–Aversa railway 1 5 10
Palermo  Italy Palermo metropolitan railway service Trenitalia 2 17 39
Rome  Italy FL lines Trenitalia 8 128 672 372,000
Rome–Lido railway 14 28
Turin  Italy Turin metropolitan railway service sfm Torino Ferrovie GTT Trenitalia 7 85
Salerno  Italy Salerno metropolitan railway service Metrosalerno 1 6 6
Fukuoka-Kitakyushu  Japan JR Kyushu[34] JA EN 11 175 464.3
Nishi-Nippon Railroad (Nishitetsu) JA EN 4 72 106.1 542,994
Amagi Railway JA 1 11 13.7 3,700
Heisei Chikuhō Railway 3 35 49.2
Hiroshima  Japan JR West[35] 4 76 247.8
Kanazawa  Japan IR Ishikawa Railway JP 1 5 17.8
Hokuriku Railroad (Hokutetsu)[Note 3] JP 2 29 20.6
Matsuyama  Japan Iyotetsu JP 3[36] 35 33.9
Nagano  Japan Nagano Electric Railway (Nagaden) JP 1 24 33.2
Nagoya (Chūkyō Area)  Japan JR Central[37] JA EN 10 138 465.2
Aichi Loop Line (Aikan) JA 1 23 45.3 38,759[38]
Johoku Line (TKJ) JA 1 6 11.2
Kinki Nippon Electric Railway (Kintetsu) JA EN 21 304 395.8
Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu) JA EN+map 20 275 443.8
Nagoya Seaside Rapid Railway (Aonami Line) JA+map 1 11 15.2
Sangi Railway JA 2 29 48
Toyohashi Railroad (Toyotetsu) JA 1[Note 4] 16 18
Niigata  Japan JR East[39] 6 58 177.9
Okayama-Kurashiki  Japan JR West[40] 8 117 417.5
Mizushima Rinkai Railway JP 1 10 11.2
Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto
(Keihanshin Area)
 Japan JR West[41] JA EN 25 361 985.7
Hankyu Railway JA EN+map 9 91 136 1,950,000
Hanshin Electric Railway JA EN 3 46 43.9
Hokushin Kyuko Electric Railway JA 1 2 7.5
Keihan Electric Railway JA EN 7 88 90.7
Kinki Nippon Electric Railway (Kintetsu) JA EN 21 304 495.8
Kita-Osaka Kyuko Railway (Kitakyu) JA+map EN+map 1 4 5.9
Kobe Electric Railway (Shintetsu) JA 4 46 69.2 160,900[42]
Kobe Rapid Railway[Note 5] JA 2 11 7.6
Nankai Electric Railway JA 8 99 157.9 586,866[43][44]
Nose Electric Railway JA 2 15 14.8
Osaka Metro Chuo Line, Midōsuji Line, Tanimachi Line, Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line 9 133 137.8
Semboku Rapid Railway JA 1 6 14.3 135,450[45]
Sanyo Electric Railway JA 2 49 63.2
Sapporo  Japan JR Hokkaido[46] JA EN 3 55 168.7
Sendai  Japan JR East[47] JA EN 5 86 252
Sendai Airport Transit JP 1 4 7.1 6,670
Shizuoka-Hamamatsu  Japan JR Central[48] 3 70 268.4
Takamatsu  Japan Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad JA 3 52 60
Tokyo (Greater Tokyo Area)  Japan JR East[49] JA EN 43 623 2282.8 16,359,962[50]
Hakone Tozan Line[Note 6] JA 1 11[Note 7] 15[Note 8]
Hokuso Railway JA EN 1 15 32.3 108,680[51]
Izuhakone Railway JA 1[Note 9] 12 9.6
Kanto Railway JA 2 28 55.6
Keihin Electric Express Railway (Keikyu) JA EN 5 77 87 1,316,499[50]
Keio Corporation JA EN 6[52] 69[52] 88.3 1,851,364[50]
Keisei Electric Railway JA EN 6 69 152.8 786,063[50]
Metropolitan Intercity Railway Company (Tsukuba Express) JA EN 1 20 58.3 431,060[53]
Nagareyama Line (Ryūden) JA 1 6 5.7
Odakyu Electric Railway JA EN 3 80 120.5 2,069,383[50]
Sagami Railway (Sotetsu) JA EN 2 28 35.9 634,899[50]
Saitama Railway JA EN+map 1 8 14.6
Seibu Railway JA EN 12 92 176.6 1,804,521[50]
Shin-Keisei Electric Railway JA EN 1 24 26.5 276,495[54]
Tobu Railway JA EN 13 204 463.3 2,522,067[50]
Tokyo subway Fukutoshin line, Tozai Line 13 285 304.1 10,786,000
Tokyu Corporation JA EN 6[55] 86 94.5 3,171,660[50]
Toyo Rapid Railway JA EN 1 9 16.2 133,000[56]
Toyama  Japan Toyama Chihō Railway (Chitetsu) JA 3[Note 10] 66 93.2
Almaty  Kazakhstan Elektrichka "EN map". Archived from the original on 2013-01-31.
Nairobi  Kenya Nairobi rail service 4 23 160 9,400[57]
Seoul National Capital Area  South Korea Korail KO EN 8 260 591.4 3,197,423[58]
A'REX EN 1 14 63.8
Riga  Latvia Pasažieru vilciens Map
Kaunas  Lithuania Elektrichka Map
Vilnius  Lithuania Elektrichka Map
Greater Kuala Lumpur  Malaysia KTM Komuter KTM Berhad 3 56 269 120,389[59]
 Malaysia Express Rail Link KLIA Ekspres 2 5 57 17,634[60]
Greater Penang  Malaysia KTM Komuter Northern Sector KTM Berhad 2 20 272
Mexico City  Mexico Tren Suburbano Ferrocarriles Suburbanos 1 7 27 218,000[61]
Casablanca  Morocco Al Bidaoui ONCF 2 11 32.0
Yangon  Myanmar Yangon Circular Railway [62] 1 39 45.9 100,000-150,000
Auckland  New Zealand AT Metro Auckland Transport 4 40 95 74,000[63]
Wellington  New Zealand Metlink Metlink 5 48 154 30,000
Bergen  Norway Bergen Commuter Rail NSB 2 28 135
Oslo  Norway Oslo Commuter Rail NSB 8 110 501
Stavanger  Norway Jæren Commuter Rail NSB 1 18 75 7,000
Trondheim  Norway Trønderbanen NSB 2 35 290 3 300
Manila  Philippines Philippine National Railways Metro Commuter Line PNR 1 32 60 100,000
Naga, Legazpi  Philippines Philippine National Railways Bicol Commuter PNR 1
Krakow  Poland Koleje Małopolskie Koleje Małopolskie 1 9 14
Łódź  Poland Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna 4 61
Tricity Area  Poland Szybka Kolej Miejska w Trójmieście (Tricity Rapid City Rail) Szybka Kolej Miejska 1 27
 Poland Pomorska Kolej Metropolitalna Pomorska Kolej Metropolitalna 1 11 19.5
Warsaw  Poland Koleje Mazowieckie Koleje Mazowieckie 8
 Poland Szybka Kolej Miejska SKM Warszawa 4 77,000
 Poland Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa WKD 1 20,000
Coimbra  Portugal CP Urban Services CP (in English) 1 20
Lisbon  Portugal CP Urban Services CP (in English) 4 67
 Portugal Fertagus Fertagus (in Protuguese) 1 14 54
Oporto  Portugal CP Urban Services CP (in English) 4 78
Bucharest  Romania CFR Săgeata Albastră (in Romanian) 1 4 20 2,750
Moscow  Russia Moscow Central Circle MCC (in Russian) 1 31 54 581,100[64]
 Russia Moscow Central Diameters MCD (in Russian) 2 66 132
 Russia Aeroexpress Aeroexpress 3 9
Yekaterinburg  Russia Yekaterinburg City Rail SPK (in Russian) 2 14 70
Nizhny Novgorod  Russia Nizhny Novgorod City Rail NNCR (in Russian) 3 27 71.2
Dakar-Thiès  Senegal Petit train de banlieue http://www.au-senegal.com/Le-chemin-de-fer.html 1
Belgrade  Serbia BG Voz City of Belgrade – Secretariat for Public Transport (in Serbian) 2 21 31.3 35,000
Cape Town  South Africa Metrorail Western Cape GoMetro 4 122 423 500,000[65]
Durban  South Africa Metrorail KwaZulu-Natal Metrorail 8 99
East London  South Africa Metrorail Eastern Cape Metrorail 1 18
Johannesburg/Pretoria  South Africa Metrorail Gauteng Metrorail 12
Gautrain Gautrain 2 10 80
Port Elizabeth  South Africa Metrorail Eastern Cape Metrorail 1 10
Alicante/Murcia  Spain Cercanías Murcia/Alicante 1 26 200
Barcelona  Spain Rodalies Barcelona Cercanías Barcelona 13 228 462.7 350,000
Bilbao  Spain Cercanías Bilbao Cercanías Bilbao 3 54
Euskotren Euskotren 8 79
Madrid  Spain Cercanías Madrid Cercanías Madrid 9 89 370 880,000
Málaga  Spain Cercanías Málaga Cercanías Málaga 2 26 70
Palma de Mallorca  Spain Serveis Ferroviaris de Mallorca 3 29 85
Oviedo/Gijón  Spain Cercanías Asturias Cercanías Asturias 9
Seville  Spain Cercanías Sevilla Cercanías Sevilla 5 37 25,000
Valencia  Spain Cercanías Valencia Cercanías Valencia 6 66 252 43,500
Zaragoza  Spain Cercanías Zaragoza Cercanías Zaragoza 1
Gothenburg  Sweden Gothenburg commuter rail Västtrafik 3 25 104 60,000
Linköping/Norrköping  Sweden Östergötland commuter rail Östgötatrafiken 1 11 115 9,000
Scania  Sweden Pågatågen Skånetrafiken 5 51 388 50,000
Stockholm  Sweden Stockholm commuter rail SL 4[66] 53[66] 241[66] 309,000[66]
Roslagsbanan and Saltsjöbanan SL 5[66] 56[66] 83[66] 63,000[66]
Aargau   Switzerland Aargau S-Bahn AAR Bus+Bahn 6 78
Basel   Switzerland Basel Regional S-Bahn Regio-S-Bahn Basel 5 72 250 65,000
Bern   Switzerland Bern S-Bahn 12 120,000
Chur   Switzerland Chur S-Bahn Rhaetian Railway 2 22 53
Geneve   Switzerland /  France Léman Express CFF and SNCF 6 45 230
Lucerne   Switzerland Lucerne S-Bahn S-Bahn Luzern 9
Lugano/Ticino   Switzerland Rete celere del Canton Ticino TiLo official website 4 41
St. Gallen   Switzerland St. Gallen S-Bahn St. Gallen S-Bahn 23
Zürich   Switzerland Zürich S-Bahn ZVV 28 171 380 456,073[67]
Zug   Switzerland Zug Stadtbahn 2
Greater Taipei-Taoyuan-Hsinchu  Taiwan Taiwan Railway Administration TRA 4
Taichung  Taiwan Taiwan Railway Administration TRA 2
Tainan-Kaohsiung  Taiwan Taiwan Railway Administration TRA 1
Dar es Salaam  Tanzania Dar es Salaam commuter rail Tazarasite.com 2 23 45 16,000
Bangkok Metropolitan Area  Thailand Greater Bangkok Commuter rail State Railway of Thailand 5 623
Airport Rail Link Airport Rail Link 1 28.6 8 47,000 [68]
Tunis  Tunisia TGM TransTu 1 18 19
ligne de la banlieue sud de Tunis SNCFT 1 23.2
RFR RFR 2 14 17.9
Ankara  Turkey Başkentray [4] 1 26 37
Istanbul  Turkey Marmaray Marmaray 1 43 76.6 148,034
Izmir  Turkey IZBAN [5] 2 40 135 185,000
Kiev  Ukraine Kiev Urban Electric Train 1 15 50 32,000
Belfast  United Kingdom Belfast Suburban Rail (NI Railways) NI Railways 4 44
Birmingham  United Kingdom Transport for West Midlands (West Midlands Trains) Centro, Network West Midlands 9 146 867.4
Brighton and Hove  United Kingdom West Coastway line, East Coastway line and Seaford branch line (Southern) Southern
Bristol  United Kingdom MetroWest (Great Western Railway) MetroWest
Cardiff  United Kingdom Valley Lines Arriva Trains Wales 81
Edinburgh  United Kingdom Abellio ScotRail First ScotRail
Glasgow  United Kingdom Abellio ScotRail First ScotRail 341 3032
Liverpool  United Kingdom Merseyrail Merseyrail, Merseytravel 2 68 120.7 110,000
Leeds  United Kingdom MetroTrain (Northern Rail) MetroTrain
Greater London1  United Kingdom c2c c2c 3 28 128.7
Chiltern Railways Chiltern Railways 62 336.4
Great Western Railway Great Western Railway 270 2129.2
Great Northern TSGN
Thameslink TSGN 129 778.9
Abellio Greater Anglia Abellio Greater Anglia 168
London Underground Central line, Metropolitan line 11 270 402 5,000,000[69]
London Overground London Overground 9 112 167 517,808.2[70]
Southern[71] Southern Railway 12 67
South Western Railway[72] South Western Railway 14 90
Southeastern[73] London & South Eastern Railway 15 74
TfL Rail TfL Rail 4 23 59
Albuquerque  United States New Mexico Rail Runner Express Rio Metro 1 11 156 3,900
Austin  United States Capital MetroRail Metro – MetroRail 1 9 51 1,600
Boston  United States MBTA Commuter Rail MBTA – Commuter Rail Maps and Schedules 12 141 641 129,400
Chicago  United States Metra Metra 11 239 785 296,600
South Shore Line South Shore Line 1 20 140 11,500
Dallas–Fort Worth  United States Trinity Railway Express (TRE) Trinity Railway Express 1 10 54.7 8,300
A-train Denton County Transportation Authority 1 6 33.8 1,500
TEXRail Trinity Metro 1 9 43.8 1,301[74]
Denver  United States RTD Commuter Rail Fastracks 3 16 65.82 28,700
Los Angeles  United States Metrolink Metrolink 7 62 859 42,265
Miami  United States Tri-Rail Tri-Rail 1 18 114.1 13,700
Minneapolis  United States Northstar Commuter Rail MetroTransit – Northstar 1 6 64 2,100
Nashville  United States Music City Star RTA – Music City Star 1 6 51.5 1,000
New Haven  United States Hartford Line Hartford Line 1 9 100 1,531
Shore Line East Shore Line East 1 13 94.5 1,900
New York Metropolitan Area  United States Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) MTA – Long Island Rail Road 10 124 1100 345,300
Metro-North Railroad MTA – Metro-North Railroad 6 124 1267 286,100
NJ Transit NJ Transit 11 160 1530 301,746
Orlando  United States SunRail SunRail 1 16 78.7 4,300
Philadelphia  United States SEPTA Regional Rail SEPTA Regional Rail 13 153 450 125,300
Portland  United States Westside Express Service (WES) TriMet WES 1 5 23.7 1,400
Salt Lake City  United States FrontRunner UTA FrontRunner 1 16 142 13,000[75]
San Diego  United States Coaster Coaster 1 8 66 4,800
San Francisco Bay Area  United States Caltrain Caltrain 1 32 124.6 58,250
Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) ACE 1 10 138 2,800
Sonoma–Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) SMART 1 12 45 487[76]
Seattle  United States Sounder commuter rail Sound Transit 2 9 132 17,057
Washington  United States MARC Maryland Transit Administration 3 43 301 31,300
Virginia Railway Express VRE 2 18 145 19,000

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Fortaleza is in the process of converting its suburban rail network into a full metro system.
  2. ^ In the MTR system, East Rail Line, Ma On Shan Line, West Rail Line, and Tung Chung Line are classified as suburban railway. The rest part of the system provide metro services.
  3. ^ Most of this company's once-extensive rail lines have closed, and this company now primarily functions as a bus operator on its former railway routes.
  4. ^ Only the Atsumi Line is a commuter railway, the other line that Toyotetsu operates, the Azumada Main Line, is a tram line.
  5. ^ The company itself does not own any rolling stocks, instead it provides through service for 4 other railway companies (Shintetsu, Hanshin, Hankyu, and Sanyo) into Kobe city center.
  6. ^ As the name "Tozan", or "mountain-climbing", indicates, this line is a primary scenic railway for the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park uphill. However, Odakyu commuter trains operate on the section from Odawara to Hakone-Yumoto, thus only this section should be considered as commuter rail.
  7. ^ 5, if only the section from Odawara to Hakone-Yumoto is counted.
  8. ^ 6.1, if only the section from Odawara to Hakone-Yumoto is counted.
  9. ^ The Daiyūzan Line serves Odawara, a city inside the Greater Tokyo; the other line Sunzu Line serves Mishima, which is outside Greater Tokyo.
  10. ^ The Fujikoshi Line and the Kamidaki Line are now treated as one line.
  • ^1 Sydney, Melbourne, Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg, London, Paris (RER) and São Paulo (CPTM) have hybrid systems, with trains running as metro-like services (on segregated track—usually in tunnel—and with high frequency) in their inner cities, but as main-line commuter services in the suburbs. Nonetheless, the International Association of Public Transport (French: L’Union internationale des transports publics (UITP)) does not consider these systems to be "metro" systems.[77]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Detalles del proyecto para conectar todos los ferrocarriles urbanos debajo del Obelisco - Buenos Aires Ciudad, 12 May 2015.
  2. ^ https://lmdiario.com.ar/noticia/97373/tren-de-las-sierras-con-la-nueva-frecuencia-crecio-35-la-cantidad-de-pasajeros
  3. ^ http://wwwcronicaferroviaria.blogspot.com/2015/03/misiones-el-tren-posadas-encarnacion.html
  4. ^ "DPTI Annual Report 2017-2018" (PDF).
  5. ^ "Queensland Rail Annual Report 2017-2018" (PDF). Queensland Rail. 2019-12-03. Retrieved 2018-05-10.
  6. ^ "Public Transport Victoria Annual Report 2017-18" (PDF). Public Transport Victoria. 2019-11-03.
  7. ^ V/Line Corporation (2019-09-06). "V/Line Annual Report 2018-19". V/Line. Retrieved 2020-04-04.
  8. ^ "PTA 2017-18 Annual Report - Operational Report" (PDF).
  9. ^ NSW, Transport for (2017-06-18). "Sydney Trains Annual Reports". www.transport.nsw.gov.au. Retrieved 2019-03-11.
  10. ^ Transport for NSW, Transport for NSW (26 November 2018). "NSW Trains Annual Report 2017-18". www.transport.nsw.gov.au. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
  11. ^ Die ÖBB betreiben 6 S-Bahn-Linien in Tirol S-Bahn Tirol
  12. ^ (projected) Source
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  34. ^ Defined here as the SUGOCA coverage area (as of 2012.04.01), together with the Gotōji Line and the JōnoTagawa-Gotōji section of the Hita-Hikosan Line. In comparison to the tabulation here, JR Kyūshū's Fukuoka Suburban Area (福岡近郊区間) as defined for fare-calculation purposes includes the HarudaKeisen section of the Chikuhō Main Line and the Tagawa-Gotōji ‒ Imayama section of the Hita-Hikosan Line, but excludes the Kagoshima Main Line south of Tosu; the Nagasaki Main Line; the Chikuhi Line / Karatsu Line; the Nippō Main Line south of Yukuhashi; and the MojiShimonoseki section of the San'yō Main Line.
  35. ^ Defined here as the ICOCA coverage area Archived 2011-04-04 at the Wayback Machine in the Hiroshima area. The tabulation shown here roughly correlates to JR West’s Hiroshima City Network (広島シティネットワーク), but includes the HiroMihara section of the Kure Line and the ShiraichiItozaki section of the San'yō Main Line.
  36. ^ The Takahama Line and the Yokogawara Line now operate as a single line, which means that a train goes directly from Takahama Station to Yokogawara Station via Matsuyama City Station, yet they're still counted as two separate lines.
  37. ^ Defined here as the TOICA coverage area (as of 2012.05.30), together with the SekigaharaMaibara and ŌgakiMino-Akasaka sections of the Tōkaidō Main Line; the YokkaichiKameyama section of the Kansai Main Line; the Kameyama ‒ Taki section of the Kisei Main Line; the Sangū Line; and the ToyokawaHon-Nagashino section of the Iida Line. Unlike Greater Tokyo and Osaka‒Kobe‒Kyoto, JR Central has no suburban area (近郊区間) defined for the Greater Nagoya area for fare calculation purposes, and the TOICA coverage area is limited, with some trains continuing beyond the boundaries of the current coverage area.
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  39. ^ Defined here as the Suica coverage area (as of 2012.05.31) in the Niigata area, omitting the Jōetsu Shinkansen. The Suica coverage area is identical in scope to JR East's Niigata Suburban Area (新潟近郊区間)
  40. ^ Defined here as the ICOCA coverage area Archived 2011-04-04 at the Wayback Machine (as of 2012.05.31) in the Okayama area, together with the WakeAioi section of the San'yō Main Line; the OsafuneBanshū Akō section of the Akō Line; the ChayamachiUno section of the Uno Line; the HōkaiinTsuyama section of the Tsuyama Line; the Bitchū-TakahashiNiimi section of the Hakubi Line; and the KannabeFuchū section of the Fukuen Line; and omitting the section of the Seto Ōhashi Line south of Kojima. JR West has no suburban area (近郊区間) defined for the Okayama area for fare calculation purposes, and the ICOCA coverage area is limited, with most trains continuing beyond the boundaries of the current coverage area.
  41. ^ Defined here as the union of JR West’s Urban Network (アーバンネットワーク) (as of 2012.03.17) and the Osaka Suburban Area (大阪近郊区間) for fare calculation purposes, omitting Shinkansen sections. The Urban Network is mostly identical to the Osaka Suburban Area, but omits the Kakogawa Line; the SasayamaguchiTanikawa section of the Fukuchiyama Line; the MaibaraShin-Ōsaka section of the Tōkaidō Shinkansen; and the Nishi-AkashiAioi section of the Sanyō Shinkansen. The Urban Network also includes the Ōmi-ShiotsuTsuruga section of the Hokuriku Main Line and the HimejiKamigōri section of the San'yō Main Line, which are not included in the Osaka Suburban Area.
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  46. ^ Defined here as JR Hokkaidō’s Sapporo suburban area network (as of 2019.03.13).
  47. ^ Defined here as the Suica coverage area (as of 2019.03.13) in the Sendai area, omitting the Tōhoku Main Line south of Fukushima Station and the Tōhoku Shinkansen.
  48. ^ Defined here as the TOICA coverage area (as of 2019.03.13) east of Toyohashi, together with the KannamiAtami section of the Tōkaidō Main Line, the Nishi-FujinomiyaShibakawa section of the Minobu Line, and the Shimo-soga - Kōzu section of the Gotemba Line. JR Central has no suburban area (近郊区間) defined for the Shizuoka‒Hamamatsu area for fare calculation purposes, and the TOICA coverage area is limited, with many trains continuing beyond the boundaries of the current coverage area.
  49. ^ Defined here as JR East's Tokyo Suburban Area (東京近郊区間) for fare-calculation purposes, and roughly correlating with the Suica coverage area (as of 2012.03.17). However, Suica coverage does not extend to the Karasuyama Line, Kashima Line, and Kururi Line, which are considered part of the Tokyo Suburban Area.
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  73. ^ defined here as the Metro services Southeastern
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