© Robert Reynolds


Not subway-related, but also web-published (January 2008) by Robert Reynolds:

A Primer on Civil Life

Short Questions and Responses
for Young People to Ponder
and to Discuss with Friends

Links to World Subway

and Other Transportation Information Resources

Special thanks to my colleague Michael Teskey for numerous contributions to my physical collection of maps, pocket maps, promotional materials, tickets, tokens, and other subway and transit-related materials from all parts of the globe, constituting one of the largest and most varied components of that collection.

  • Use the menu below to access material other than subway maps.
  • On this page, the official system map appears first (in principle) when it is available, but no representation is made as to current status for any of these maps.
  • This page has no official status with respect to any operating system.
  • Both archival maps and contemporary maps are included.


image: Stockholm Local Transport Authority

page, late 1990's

  • (select a city's initial letter to minimize the need to scroll)
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  • -- subway (principally) and other transit
  • from my own collection and those of others
  • relating to subways and urban transit


Photo by Robert Reynolds

City subway maps


Tyne and Wear Metro Logo
(thanks to Roger Fern for identification)
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  • Kerem F. Solyu has advised that the university indicated on the map should be Balcali, not Balcova
  • Algiers, Algeria

  • (essentially illegible map 1996 from SNC-Lavalin; under suspended(?) construction)
  • (official site for all public transport)
  • (Metro system including parts under construction: Noord-Zuidlijn and Ijlijn; completion in 2008; thanks to Jeroen Kemperman for map and information)
  • Amsterdam map at bottom of page of online guide to Amsterdam, Netherlands; thanks to Pamela Smith for the link and for multiple valuable update information [3.15])
  • (map provided by , which also provides general transit and other information; thanks to Ondrej Pastirik)
  • (; plan used in metro trains; scan a generous gift of Wilko Wieffering, who notes that although the De Vlugtlaan metro station is active, the corresponding train station is not)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (1996 archive version; thanks to Peter Jager)
  • (map created and provided by M. E. Koch; thanks to John Kerr for pointing out the errors: the legend on this map should say "53 Gaasperplaslijn and 54 Geinlijn)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.2)
  • (official ; thanks to Dan Weissmann)
  • (EGO-1997)
  • (two lines ('ANKARAY' and 'METRO'); both lines underground (Ankaray has only one street level station: its name: 'Emek'). ANKARAY opened a few months ago; METRO almost completed, opening hopefully this year." -- 9 Jun 97)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.10)
  • (map thanks to Patrick van Dijk; his comments follow)
    The filled squares are stations in use, the partly filled squares are inoperative stations.

    You really have to compare this map to a normal map of Antwerp for better insight of the locations (Stations 'Groenplaats' and 'Meir' are located in the very heart of the city, while 'Diamant' is closest to the railway station).

    Unfinished station -> Location (street name):

    Carnot -> Carnotstraat
    St.-Willibrordus -> Kerkstraat
    Stuivenberg -> Pothoekstraat
    Drink -> Turnhoutse baan
    Zegel -> Turnhoutse baan
    Foorplein -> Turnhoutse baan
    Collegelaan -> Stenen brug
    Morckhoven -> Stenen brug / Herentalse baan

  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.03; thanks to Anthony Perrotta for link correction)
  • (official )
  • (map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05)
  • (official ; thanks to Gunter Sharp for update information here and elsewhere in the Atlanta section); a is also proposed (thanks to Grant Gandy for the link)
  • (Loren Petrich)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.02)
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  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon; map by Dmitry Zinoviev 2000)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • (official metro page; thanks to Rick Pike for update information)
  • (downloaded map by Michael Calcagno)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • Bangalore, India

  • ; see grey Time and Fare Journey map on right (official ; thanks to Thanus Ballapapinan, Chief Controller, and to Ron Morris)
  • pdf download of the system; large map by Chatchawal Phansopa
  • pdf download of the Transport System Master Plan Version 7.5; large map by Chatchawal Phansopa
  • (Full Transit System Master Plan; thanks to "pnitaya")
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • and proposed (Unofficial Site (!))
  • BST system map (official ; thanks to Bob Costello; thanks to Polawat Ouilapan for update information)
  • (MRTA underground; map and information provided by Frank Wilke; thanks to Paradon Nitaya for the information that the blue and green lines are being completed but that the red line is "on hold")
  • BMA, MRTA, and SRT systems: conceptual mass rapid transit implementation master plan project (scanned map a gift of Frank Wilke)
  • (official ; thanks to Michael G. Pellot)
  • ; select Plànol de la xarxa under Viatjar amb FGC (official , with light rail connections.
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map produced and provided by Angel Badal)
  • as of January 2003 (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • approved 15 June 2000 (pdf download only; thanks to Angel Badal)
  • map (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • Barcelona anticipated line 9 and (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • metro development map 2001-2010 (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • a second metro development map 2001-2010 (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • a third metro development map 2001-2010 (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • updated: anticipated 2010; pdf download only (thanks to Angel Badal)
  • (Departament d'Arquitectura de Computadors)
  • (low quality scanned image, ca. 1980)
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung [9/05])
  • (Beijing Travel Tips)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (archival; gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (archival; Paul Waby "Westinghouse signals" unofficial map)
  • (archival; map thanks to Allen T. Zagel; see "scanned" or "images" section for photos)
  • (archival; map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997; used by permission)
  • (Official ; thanks to Milos Glisic, who advises in part "There are three underground stations in the downtown core. They are Centre Station (Centar), Karadjordjev Park and Vuk's Monument (Vukov Spomenik).")
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; 12/05)
  • (official )
  • (map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.12)
  • (local download; thanks to Dmitry Zinoviev)
  • pdf download (official ; thanks to Sebastian Weber)
  • interactive city map (official )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
    • Photographs of all the Berlin U- and S-Bahn stations can be found in two recent publications by metroPlanet Press: and , both by Robert Schwandl
    • (also paris, Hamburg, Bochum, and M&uumlaut;nchen) station photos QTVR/123d (thanks to Jean Gefroi)
  • historical 1931-1994 (the formerly-presented 100 year history has been discontinued; thanks to Markus Jurziczek for the original and for information)
  • (October 13, 2002; official S-Bahn Berlin GmbH; thanks to Sebastian Weber for original information and recent update; thanks to H. Resa for update; thanks to Jan Krapka for current update)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.11)
  • (scroll to bottom of page) (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.3)
  • (official )
  • (scan May 1999 from personal collection; ).
  • (photograph of Bilbao Metro poster; with planned extension; see official map above for station names)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.02)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (official ; thanks to Mike Sullivan for link update)
  • ("This is a professional strength layered GIS map - a rarity to get so much detail!" -- Bryce Nesbitt)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (Hostelling International Boston)
  • (official )
  • (scan of official pocket guide; thanks to Frank for the gift of a guide)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.11)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (listed as "pre-operation" by Allen Morrison; thanks to Dan Weissmann for update information)
  • (map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • Brescia, Italy

  • (planned) (original map by Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05)
  • Brussels link to secondary pages not allowed (official [Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles - Maatschappij voor het Intercommunaal Vervoer te Brussel; thanks to Pierre Berquin)
  • (Pierre Berquin's )
  • (Yves Fourneau's impressive collection of map links)
  • (American College of Louvain)
  • (scan of official; thanks to Ron Carson)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • ((original map by Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05)
  • Bucharest (official ; under reconstruction 12/05)
  • (Romania official travel and tourist information [06/06])
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; current projects included; updated 12/05)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; planned projects included; updated 12/05)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.10)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden; 1996 archive)
  • (official system page; map loads on first trial, but cache gets a blank page that must be cleared before reload is possible (English version evident also); a special page is available (thanks to Václav Šípec))
  • (original map from the author of the Budapest page: Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05; he also provides a 2005 map containing the BKV logo and his name)
  • metro 4 and
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden; 2001 archive)
  • (1990, pre-north-south line; Norbert Reulke)
  • (current; map by Norbert Reulke)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1996; used by permission)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997; used by permission)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.05)
  • map selections (official , home page with access via Información del Servicio to an interactive map and a map of Premetro; thanks to Gabriel Tuesta Antezana; thanks to Ulrike Reichelt-Trinanes for clarifying information)
  • (maps thanks to Sr. Angel Badal; connecting tramlines below)
    • connection
    • connection (projected; thanks to Juan José Scarano for correction)
    • connection (projected; thanks to Juan José Scarano for correction)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.08)
  • (official )
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (Buffalonet; text explains "Just north of the Theater Station, the train heads underground . . .")
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.03)
  • (official )
  • (official archival; marginal legibility)

  • Owner: Bursa Büyüksehir Belediyesi (Bursa Metropolitan Municipality); archival including details below:
    Name: BursaRay
    Total length planned: 55 km (will be completed in 4 phases)
    Length of first phase: 20.6 km (Metro GrossMarket-Acemler branch: 5.6 km; Emek- East terminus: 15 km)
    Underground: 3.7 km, the rest on the surface.
    Number of stations: 23 (3 underground)
    Construction for the first phase will be completed in a period of 900 days
    Cost: 457.501.979 DM+35.000.000 USD (1st phase)
    Construction consortium: Siemens, Güris, Tüvasas, Simko
  • (Pusan) (official ; "English" link inoperative as of [5/07]; thanks to David David)
  • (source misplaced)
  • (source misplaced)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
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  • (Civil Engineering magazine 1999, 132, May/August, 104)
  • (A-1 Hotels; archival)
  • (Rail 1435)
  • (archival)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.08)
  • Kolkata (Calcutta) (official ; select "Our Railway Map" and click to obtain enlarged scrollable map)
  • (Kolkata) (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (Kolkata) (proposed extension, The Telegraph, Calcutta, February 4, 2005)
  • (Kolkata) (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (Kolkata) (clickable map provided by Timir Kanti Ganguly; metro stations are shown by dark squares, but lines themselves are not shown)
  • ; choose "Red Metro - Metrobús" (official ; thanks to Gabriel Tuesta Antezana)
  • (Venezuela Virtual)
  • (Max Hovens' )
  • (map thanks to Miguel Angel Montaño Gutièrrez)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • Catania; choose English/Company (Azienda)/Map (Mappa) (official ; thanks to Andrea Tartaglia)
  • Catania (no map); page of Andrea Tartaglia.
  • ("a rather rare version" thanks to Mark Ovenden, author of "Metro Maps of the World")
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.04)
  • Changchun, China

  • Changsha, China

  • Light Metro map created and provided by François Dierick; see also the from Dierick's MLC page
  • (Métro Léger Charleroi map by Tijmen Stam, who generously provided a copy)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.03)
  • pending operation as of 3.15 (from encyclopedia "Chelyabinsk" (2001); thanks to Alexander I. Sapozhnikov for citation information; see also ; thanks to Robert Schwandl)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • Chengdu, China

  • Chennai, India

  • Chiba, Japan

  • (official with ; original thanks to Marcy Huttas)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.04)
  • Chongqing, China

  • (abandoned, never used; thanks to Jake Mecklenborg for original notice and to David Forgue for link update; thanks to Mike Taylor for spelling correction for the city name!)
  • (official Greater Cleveland Rerional Transit Authority; thanks to Mike Cermak for update 02/06; are available for all lines [earlier: thanks to Frank Gerlak; thanks to Paul Samuels for map update information; thanks to Sean Mate for further update information])
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • Cologne, Germany

    See Köln
  • (official page; also available in ; thanks to Rasmus S. Olsen, who advises that (a) on May 26, 2003, a national holiday, both of the initial two lines (M1 Nørreport-Vestamager and M2 Nørreport-Lergravsparken) will be extended from Nørreport to Frederiksberg, and in December 2003 from Frederiksberg to Vanløe and (b) in 2007, M2 will be extended from Lergravsparken to Lufthavnen (Copenhagen Airport), with (c) talk of possible cityring lines M3 and M4 in 2010))
  • (bottom of page; Martijn Koch's "Wanda Wanders Happy Metro Map" - thanks to Martijn Koch [1/07])
  • (archival map as of 2002.01; thanks to Rasmus S. Olsen)
  • Copenhagen archival construction courtesy of Rikke Faaborg)
  • (and ; thanks to Rasmus S. Olsen)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
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  • Daegu (select "User's Guide" or "line map" from the menus) (official )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • (map created and provided by Dr. Alexei Arkhipov; thanks to Jeff Briere for cluing the clueless that Taegu is an alternate spelling of Daegu)
  • ; MAP (small) available on this page with English notation "A SUBWAY LINEMAP" does not currently [6/06] produce a larger map (official Metropolitan Express Transfer Corporation; thanks to HAN Woojin)
  • (larger English version by HAN Woojin, to whom many thanks [1/07]; pale green line is to open May 2007)
  • Dalian, China

  • (official Dallas Area Rapid Transit; see also the ; thanks to Jim Miller (aka Geezer #1) for a guided tour)
  • (official ; under connstruction; thanks to Perry B. Carter)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (plans; gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • Detroit, USA

  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • (under construction since 1991; page and thanks to Pavel Alekseyev, whose page will respond to questions even if in English)
  • Dortmund, Germany

  • Dubai, UAE

  • revised plan for transit and thereof; thanks to Jonathan Dowling for notice (03/06)

    Archives of earlier plans, now abandoned/revised:

  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • Dublin and surface light rail (thanks to Matthew Goldman for link update information)
  • (select Fahrplan, then Liniennetz; then the city name; official ; thanks to Ron Carson; thanks to "buongiorno" for update information; thanks to René for update valid as of [7/06] and [1/07])
  • Duisburg, Germany

    See Rhine-Ruhr
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  • (official ; day map only -- follow links from official page for night service, etc.)
  • (map by Dan Dmytryshyn 1999; provided by the maker)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.09)
  • Essen, Germany

    See Rhine-Ruhr
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  • (official )
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (Verkehrsgesellschaft Frankfurt am Main; update thanks to John Ginsburg)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (Archival: Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund GmbH; map provided by M. E. Koch)
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection; 640 K, copyright Frankfurter Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund 1992)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net; with links to several fine additional Frankfurt maps)
  • (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.05)
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  • Gelsenkirchen, Germany

    See Rhine-Ruhr
  • (thanks to Dan Weissmann)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.04)
  • (scanned map a gift of Andrew and Rachel MacRitchie)
  • (Mark Sanderson/ESSIR; incomplete station names)
  • transport including subway (map by Jim Mangles 1996; downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (Glasgow Underground courtesy Biggar Department Store)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (official )
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.05)
  • (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung [9/05])
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (map by Carl Yiu (2001))
  • (map created by and a gift of Carl Yiu)
  • (the page)
  • (Travel on Demand map)
  • (official ; thanks to HAN Woojin)
  • (linemap reported current as of [6/06] provided by HAN Woojin, to whom thanks)
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  • ( dictionary definition and map download with cable car route)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (Dan Weissmann)
  • (pdf download; official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • Hangzhou, China

  • ; select download (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • Harbin, China

  • (Official map; thanks to Marko Ronkainen)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 1999.07)
  • (official ; thanks to Robert Schwandl for Astram link)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (reduced; gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.02)
  • (select "Click to view Route Map") (official ; corporate page; thanks to Roger So)
  • regional transit (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung, who asserts "The KCRC is a system of suburban trains that integrates with the MTR (city subway) to form one of the most efficient transit systems in the world.")
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.08)
  • (thanks to BAS; local download in case China is slow to respond)
  • urban (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • with Shenzhen (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (map by Jim Mangles 1996; downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (download of official shows different background from web post above; map thanks to Kenny Fan)
  • MTR system map (area map including Airport express, English prominent; map thanks to Kenny Fan)
  • MTR system map (schematic without Airport express, Chinese prominent; map thanks to Kenny Fan)
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  • (official )
  • (Incheon) (map by Osamu Abe 1999.12)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (official ; thanks to Robert Schwandl for corporate link)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden; identified as 'recut')
  • (line reported operational by Hakan Kursun [December 2000])
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1996; used by permission)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997; used by permission)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.04)
  • (English annotations with greater detail)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.04)
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  • Jacksonville, USA

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  • (official ; thanks to Frank Wilke for initial notice)
  • (Official ; the has an interesting variety of maps)
  • (Go To Kazan, Russia)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net; the usual excellent links)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.07)
  • Kiev, Ukraine

    See Kyiv
  • Kitakyushu, Japan

  • (map ?) (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.07)
  • Kolkata, India

    See Calcutta
  • Köln (official provides trip plan help but not maps)
  • (870 K; metro rail transit system including U-bahn; thanks to Ron Carson)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net; the only map I know of that focuses on the underground portion)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.01)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.05)
  • ("accurate" transit map [certified 11/06 by, and thanks to, Miguel Cruz] for which is also available)
  • integrated routes (official ; underground stations are Masjid Jamek through Ampang Park; thanks to Burgis Sheikh and Lutz Hartman for update information)
  • ( page)
  • Kuala Lumpur by Railway Technology (archival).
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • Kunming, China

  • (official ; thanks to "skylex"; thanks to Andrij Korol' for city spelling update)
  • (thanks to Oksana for the Visit Kiev Ukraine map [0]; also provided: entertaining videos of the and the )
  • ((original map by Kovács Ádám)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon; map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • Metro and Hotels Map (thanks to Robert Schwandl)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (info Ukes Ukrain/Ukranian resource page)
  • (scanned map provided by Bela Rasky)
  • (new by Vadim P. Dzygoon; homepage dates indicate currency of map)
  • page down to map (official -referenced ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (Oasmu Abe 2000.01)
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  • Las Vegas, USA

  • (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.2)
  • ; select urban or suburban pdf (official )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (1997; Robert Schwandl collection)
  • (thanks to Norbert Reulke)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.11)
  • (map thanks to Luis A. Alcazar, who describes "the Lima Metro; the first 9.8 kms will be opening in the next 60 days" - 3/8/01)
  • under construction (Allen Morrison's page)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.03)
  • (official ; thanks to "buongiorno"; thanks to Ana Marques for an error correction)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.6)
  • (official
  • (scan of a Northern Line map folder; thanks to Charles Hinkle [10/07])
  • (Subway maps page of (no further information available on page))
  • (official section of Transport for London)
  • (official tube map access )
  • (tubeJP: London Tube Journey Planner)
  • (Quickmap tubez+trainz animation; thanks to Steve Cousins)
  • (Quickmap London metro; thanks to Steve Cousins)
  • (Quickmap underground/overground metro; thanks to Steve Cousins)
  • (; click/zoom; thanks to Charles Rhyne)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.04)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; 12/05)
  • (linked to GoogleMap; JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (geographically correct; JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (local download copy; complete; hard to read)
  • (local download copy; central only)
  • (very legible; thanks to Allan B. Platt)
  • Underground Tube Station Maps (unique!; John Rowland)
  • London line (thanks to Simon Bone)
  • (scan of pocket December 1998 version; thanks to Charles Rhyne)
  • (scan of pocket June 2000 version; thanks to Anne Baker)
  • 1908 map (London Transport Museum postcard; thanks to Charles Rhyne)
  • 1933 map (London Transport Museum postcard; map by Henry Beck; thanks to Charles Rhyne)
  • Arup proposed Regional Metro (thanks to Mike Smith of magazine)
  • (official ; MTA no longer presents maps in terms of Red/Green/Blue but rather as sector maps)
  • Los Angeles (unofficial ; Elson Trinidad; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "On the Red Line, change Vermont/Santa Monica to Vermont/Santa Monica/LA City College. Change 7th St./Metro Center to 7th St./Metro Center/Julian Dixon. On the Green Line, change I-605/I-105 to I-605/I-105/Norwalk. On the rest of the Green Line stations, delete I-105 in the station names.")
  • urban rail (Loren Petrich; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "On the LA-Pasadena Light Rail now under construction, change Mission St. to Mission; on the Red Line, change Alvarado to Westlake/MacArthur Park; on the Blue Line, change 103rd St./Watts to 103rd St./Kenneth Hahn; on the Green Line (eastern end), change Studebaker to I-605/I-105/Norwalk. The following stations should be added in the San Fernando Valley for Metrolink: Sylmar/San Fernando on the Antelope valley Line and Van Nuys, Northridge, Chatsworth on the Ventura County Line. The San Bernardino Line should have Cal State LA, and the Riverside Line should have Montebello/Commerce.")
  • (Red Line; map by Osamu Abe 2000.8; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "Vermont/Bevarly -> Vermont/Beverly"; "Westlake /MacArther Park -> Westlake/MacArthur Park"; "7th St./Metro Center -> 7th St./Metro Center/Julian Dixon"; "Persing Square -> Pershing Square")
  • Ludwigshafen, Germany

  • ; select "Consultez les plans" at right or "Découvrez le plan de métro" at the lower edge. (official )
  • Lyon (official management system; thanks to Erik Nelson)
  • (map thanks to Matthieu Dutal)
  • (map and explanatory material [below] thanks to Jean Jacques Denis)

    Extension of ; thanks to Erik Nelson
    Extension to ; thanks to Erik Nelson
    Information about , the "first urban rack railway".

  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.11; thanks to John Rowland)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
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  • Madrid (official ; access to a PDF map is immediate; select Plano from the top-of-page menu)
    • Some details of the extensive of the system are provided.
    • extension details (1999-2003).
    • map (thanks to Prof. Dr. Manuel J. Melis)
    MetroSur opened officially on April 11, 2003. The extension of Line 10 together wth the MetroSur loop provides 55 kilometers of additional tunnels. Counting "correspondence" stations doubly (a reasonable reflection of complexity and labor; these provide transfer to Cercanías [local trains] or to Line 10), there are 36 elegant new stations equipped with elevators, escalators, and a variety of safety features. Although the trains for MetroSur are initially three cars long, the station platforms are six cars long to allow for the inevitable increase in ridership.

    The 1999-2003 extensions in addition to those described can be seen easily through the "Extensions map" link just above.

  • New as of September 2004

    Planned expansion of the metro, light metro, and cercanías and planned improvements for exisiting metro lines; thanks to Manuel Melis.

  • (quick access; thanks to David Aceituno-Canal)
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (scanned image; map thanks to Elizabeth Drumm)
  • (Softguides)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • Málaga, Spain

  • Manila, Philippines

  • (official )
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.01)
  • Mashhad, Iran

  • Mecca, Saudi Arabia

  • (map thanks to Louis Tamayo)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 1999.10)
  • (official ; thanks to Jill Cooke for the inquiry that prompted the link update)
  • (local download; Chris Brownbill via Michael Calcagno; some MET lines indicated in Metros der Welt as subway; Shaun Hately advises: "The fact is that none of the MET train lines are subways, but the City Loop where all Met lines converge consists of 5 stations, three of which -- Parliament, Melbourne Central (formerly called Museum), and Flagstaff are subway stations (the other two loop stations, Spencer Street and Flinders Street are above ground).")
  • (official ; thanks to Reynaldo Rosas; thanks to Paula Negron Poblete for major update information; thanks to Cesar Zapata for update and July 2005)
  • (290 KB JPG map, half the linear dimensions of those below; thanks to Alison Reynolds)
  • (1.4 MB GIF map; thanks to Alison Reynolds)
  • (500 KB JPG map; thanks to Alison Reynolds)
  • (map thanks to Roberto T. Remes)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1996; used by permission)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997; used by permission)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • Miami, USA

  • (jpg conversion of the official pdf map; official S. p. A.; thanks to Galluzzo Tato)
  • (nyceMilan.com map)
  • (map drawn by Luca Guarnieri, proprietor of the web site on which it appers; thanks to Luca Guarnieri for the infomation)
  • (map drawn and provided by Matteo Villa)
  • (Zeta International -- Italy)
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • (Metametro page of Vadim Dzygoon; map by Dmitry Zinoviev dated 1997 and titled 1998)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.11)
  • (official ; thanks to Mario Alberto León and Robert Schwandl)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net; thanks to Pinta Anaya)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.02)
  • (planned; official ; thanks to Gabriel Tuesta Antezana)
  • (official [STCUM]; thanks to Nicholas Gingues for update)
  • (Julien Rosselet's page; thanks to Sidney Cohen 3/06)
  • commuter rail map with subway indicated (Chris Roberts)
  • (local downloaded copy)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (map including the Blainville rail connection; scanned map thanks to Mike Rivest)
  • 2005 map; maps (official )
  • Interactive map created by Anastas Safarov, who notes "It can find the best way between two station just with three mouse clicks."
  • Remarkable site of Bee Flowers (to whom thanks); these station photographs are so striking that they are included here in spite of not being maps.
  • (Aerostar Hotel Moscow card; gift of Dennis and Carole Hoffman)
  • (Subway 2 "secret" government map of defense subway system)
  • (used with permission; Dmitry Zinoviev; 1996)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • (scanned map provided by Bela Rasky)
  • (postcard-sized map; scanned map provided by Simon Bone)
  • ( pages created by Yuri Gridchin)
  • Muelheim, Germany

    See Rhein-Ruhr
  • Mumbai, India

  • (official U- and S-Bahn map; thanks to Horst Prillinger, both for the original information and for update)
  • (English version; thanks to Horst Prillinger)
  • München (official ; select Die Linien, then Linienplan for map access)
  • (scan of 2001 map; thanks to Jan Westlinning)
  • (archival only; line U-1 is inaccurate; thanks to Andreas Restifo)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
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  • (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara; thanks to anonymous advisor 9/05)
  • (source as above; currency status unknown to me)
  • (Nagoya University Forum for a Sustainable Society 2005)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (local downloaded copy)
  • (Japanese; map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.11)
  • (click a stop and see a photo of the location! Thanks to Bernard Hanquez for the information)
  • Nanjing (official ; thanks to Robert Schwandl and Jonathan Ho)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (unofficial of Ivanoe De Falco)
  • (page of Paolo Marotta)
  • (map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.04)
  • (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • mini-metro (official mini-subway in the cave (Republic of Abkhazia) "opened as part of tourist complex in 1975, 4 July. Subway is intended for delivery of the tourists into the cave inside Apsar (Iverian) mountain during a resort season (since May till November)"; thanks to )
  • (official Nexus-administered )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.10)
  • (scanned map provided by Simon Bone)
  • (Metro in 2002, attractive new -- partly speculative -- map modified by Simon Bone, to whom thanks for sending a copy)
  • (official (MTA; thanks to Peter Derrick for name correction) and (NYCT) on-line service; click on stations for more information)
    MTA has discontinued its former regional maps in favor of the new map linked just above. The first four following are local downloads of the earlier MTA maps.
  • (onNYTurf: NYC Subway Google Map Hack)
  • (Google mashup NYC subway map for bar and restaurant access information; thanks to N. Byrne)
  • special: service as of 9/19/01 (thanks to the provider Mark Bosworth for the gift; thanks to Minott Kerr for the connection)
  • (Joseph Brennan's giant map)
  • (David Pirmann's pages; map by Michael Calcagno)
  • track maps, 1967 (site: David Pirmann/images: Peter Dougherty)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.11[!])
  • (formerly posted by BMWNY Motorcycles)
  • New York City (Railway Technology)
  • Ningbo, China

  • (metro stops in red circles; transit map scanned and provided by Vladimir Menkov)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.02)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon; map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.01)
  • (official (VGN); thanks to Robert Schwandl for initial information; thanks to Lars Freund and Roland Gechter for update information)
  • (copyright Pressestelle der Stadt Nuernberg; thanks to Gerhard Radermacher; archive)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.01)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
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  • (status uncertain; downloaded from former subway page of Igor Pavlovsky)
  • Oporto, Portugal

    See Porto
  • (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara and to H. Takeo)
  • (Bento.com Kansai food page)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.7; thanks to Almon H. Clegg for link error notice)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (Mandom access schematic; local download since original link is missing)
  • environs (Japan Electronics Show '95 access map; local download since original link is missing)
  • (source uncertain)
  • ; select KART from the horizontal bar menu at the top (official )
  • (scan of official map provided by Erik Myrvold of )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (local downloaded copy)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
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  • Palma de Mallorca, Spain

  • Panama City, Panama

  • (official [RATP]. Select from Métro, RER, and other options or individual line maps (Plans de lignes) and from GIF/Acrobat option on the right side of the page. Thanks to Lorenzo Sancho de Coulhac; thanks to Lew Yan Voon for update information)
  • (Paris Pages)
  • (Paris Pages)
  • (panoramic; thanks to Metrorama)
  • (panoramic; thanks to )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • 1998 World Cup visitors' guide (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for providing the scanned map)
  • 1998 World Cup visitors' guide to reaching Stade de France (download of Paris Tourisme map)
  • 1998 World Cup visitors' guide to reaching Parc des Princes (download of Paris Tourisme map)
  • Meteor line (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for providing the scanned map)
  • Meteor line (14) download from RATP official posting (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for update information)
  • in 1940 (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for providing a scanned copy of this wonderful map; the reverse side and some comments by Hanquez also appear in the "scanned items" section accessible through the menu above)
  • in 1908 (thanks to Dominique Colin, who sent the image from Almanach Hachette in appreciation of the map just above and is 'a French lover of Parisian Metro')
  • Port Authority Trans-Hudson (official map; thanks to Terry Horner)
  • Perugia, Italy

    • (official ; maps below are current; thanks to Ron Carson)
  • (Loren Petrich)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (official ; follow instructions to access individual maps)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.3
  • pdf download (official , with three miles of underground route and one underground station, the world's second deepest; thanks to Dareth Murray for all TriMet and Streetcar updates 2/05)
    • (official )
    • (official . See tram maps page (top menu of this page) for links to my photos from opening weekend for this system)
  • outdated archival map (Michael Calcagno; 1995)
  • (PDF download; official ; thanks to Manuel João Paiva)
  • Porto; select stations A, B, C, or D for line maps and correspondences (page of Metro do Porto page; photos and other links of interest)
  • (map left large for legibility); thanks to Fernando Vilela)
  • (line E under construction; thanks to Fernando Vilela)
  • Trensurb (official (11/05); thanks to Ricardo Hessel for spelling correction)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.12)
  • Poznan, Poland

  • (official ; Czech language only; full screen required for clickable segments to be presented correctly; thanks to Petr Machek)
  • (page of ; thanks to Tomás Rejdal; thanks also to Václav Šípec)
  • (map thanks to Zachary Pall)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.07)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (original map of Kovács Ádám; 12/05)
  • (scanned map provided by Simon Bone)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (too small to be of use; from a tour page by that includes some metro photos, not to mention a ; thanks to Simon Bone)
  • (larger but still unusable; photo thanks to Simon Bone)
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  • [Q system stub]

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  • (official ; thanks to "Stephan" for information [5/07])
  • ; select Galerias Mapas, then the city (official ; thanks to Robert Schwandl)
  • (STU/REC; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (Expansão do Metrô do Recife; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.05)
  • (map by Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (official (Service de Transport de l'Agglomération Rennaise) of Rennes Métropole; thanks to Sébastien Wisniewski)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • regional systems (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.03; links to maps of each municipality)
  • ; choose Mapa de estações do metrô (official )
  • ; select Galerias Mapas, then the city (official ; thanks to Robert Schwandl)
  • (1983 plan; legend and south west region; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (1983 plan; west region; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (1983 plan; central region with actual lines; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (1983 plan; east region; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.02)
  • ABANDONED subway; account of the history of this system
  • (Spylaboratory.com; once-proposed line)
  • (official ; corporate address thanks to Allesandro Pardi; map sent by Angelo Ponti)
    From the corporate page, select sequentially "Linee, orari e percorsi" from the left-side menu, "Metripolitane" from the central menu of the resulting page, and "MA" or "MB" for maps of the A line or B line on the ultimate page.
  • (nyceRome.com map)
  • (Sunflower Rome Hotels)
  • First of three maps (the third was damaged in transit) provided by Antonello LaForgia. This one shows the "actual situation of metro and suburban/regional railway lines Fr 1 - Fr 8"; thanks to A. LaForgia.
  • Second LaForgia map; "metro lines (with mid-term plans) of network Met.Ro.spa (ex Cotral)".
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.12)
  • (local download from Travel Magazine; thanks to Giulio Giuliano for identifying the formerly dead link)
  • ; wait for map (official )
  • edited download of RET map (Flash not required)
  • (RET map created and provided by M. E. Koch)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net. Link update thanks to Ludger van Hal)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.03)
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  • Metro Alpin (official )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2001.04)
  • (official St. Louis; thanks to Tod DeHart for extensive update information; thanks to John Ginsburg for further update)
  • general MetroLink system map ( map; thanks to Tod DeHart)
  • (outdated/archival map; Citizens for Modern Transit; thanks to Tod DeHart. This is a light rail system with an underground component and is included in the same spirit that led to the inclusion of Portland. Kim Cella explains: "The initial line that runs through Downtown St. Louis has an underground component. This was built with existing tunnels that were used in the past for railroads dating from 1880s." )
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.11)
  • (official ; map via Advertising Agency; thanks to Maxim Novikov)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; 12/05)
  • (International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research 2004 Symposium on Ice)
  • (Dmitry Zinoviev 1997; used by permission)
  • (map by Osamu Abe)
  • (Official ; under construction; select the "saiba mais" button to the right of the small map; thanks to Raimundo Nonato)
  • (thanks to Buslov Anton for information concerning his site, which also includes a in English)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.05)
  • (thanks to Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon; map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1997)
  • ("perspective"; thanks to Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (including the Green Line station described by the official ; thanks to Craig K. Jackson)
  • San Francisco Bay Area underground transit
  • San Juan (official Tren Urbano recently evidently suspended pages 01/06)
  • (map a gift of Joel Villarini 04/03)
  • (select Plano Red Metro at upper right) for non-resizeable map and/or ; (official ; thanks to Gabriel Tuesta Antezana)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.11; thanks to H. Garcia for update information)
  • (under construction; Line 1 of the Metro de Santo Domingo, scheduled for opening in 2008; thanks to Dr. Rafael Estévez for the map and the information)
  • (official of the ; thanks to Arnaldo Luís Santos Pereira; thanks to Carlos Caio Gomes Carneiro for update; thanks to Marco Aurélio P. Marsitch for update [7/06])
  • (official ; thanks to Cristiano da Silva Pinto)
  • ("weekend map"; scanned gift of Osiel Bonfim)
  • (Mapa das linhas de Metrô; map thanks to Osiel Bonfim - archival)
  • (b/w map thanks to Osiel Bonfim - archival)
  • (regional map -- Metrô in blue -- thanks to Osiel Bonfim - archival)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.10)
  • Sapporo (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (Hokkaido Hand-in-Hand)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 1999.03)
  • metro underground bus map (official [note closure planned until September 2007])
  • (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (Group Niji)
  • (Research Institute of Electrical Communication; corporate; local download; only one station shown)
  • (map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.10)
  • ; select "Route Map" button AND sub-button for map (patience) (official ; thanks to Barry Reynolds)
  • (linemap reported correct as of [6/06] provided by HAN Woojin, to whom thanks)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.07)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (map current as of March 2001; thanks to Ken Danna)
  • (pocket map scan; thanks to Hyong Rhew for gift of the map; see also the and of the pocket map)
  • (thanks to Charles Hinkel for the pocket map [10/07]; see also of pocket map)
  • (thanks to David Kim for the map, which is dated March 9, 2001)
  • (source inadvertently lost; credit information solicited)
  • (download; original by Michel Azéma; thanks to Dan Weissmann for information)
  • Seville, Spain

    Shanghai tag map; gift of Alison Reynolds and Patrick Snook
  • (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung [9/05])
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.05)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (scanned map thanks to Mr. Tan Fu Xing, who writes "The length of Shanghai No. 1 metro is 20.7 km. The first part (from Hong Mei Road to Shanghai Railway Station) was open early; its length is 16.1 km. Then the route is extended to Sheng Zhuang; its length is 4.5 km.")
  • (part of Line 1; map downloaded from Dmitry Zinoviev's former Metasubway page)
  • (Shuzhen Chen; map on the back of a ticket)
  • (Chinalink; graphic by Jörg Zerden)
  • Shenyang, China

  • (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung [9/05])
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net. Thanks to Patrick Leung, who advises: while the following URL is not the official site for the subway due to open on Dec. 28 at Shenzhen, just across the border from Hong Kong, it would benefit many people to have the . . . info)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2005.10)
  • (select Route Map; official ; thanks to Eric Hunt for link update; thanks to H. H. Wong for further update)
  • (local download; Kampung Java FreeWare Industriè; thanks to Tan Hua Min)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.08)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (scanned SMRT pocket map, gift of Lee Hunt and David Knott)
  • (Asia Travel)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (official ; thanks to Bo Ivander for the information (16 May 2002) "that the Stockholm 'T-bana' will, decided by county council May 14 (2002), get an extension from station 'Odenplan' to a new, to-be-built station at the hospital 'Karolinska sjukhuset'." Thanks to Robert Schwandl for calling attention to obsolete links.)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (unofficial with useful links)
  • (copy of official (VVS) as of 3/99; files updated regularly on VVS website only; Adobe Acrobat Reader required; thanks to Thomas Porombka)
  • (scanned image from the David Williams collection; map not current)
  • (scanned image from the Brian Purcell collection; thanks to Brian Purcell; map not current)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.01)
  • Suzhou, China

  • (official ; thanks to Steve Hamill for link correction; thanks to Bernard Ng))
  • (original future-anticipating suburban network map by Bernard Ng, who has also provided an original contemporary map with aesthetic appeal [03/06])
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  • (partly underground) (official ,Taipei City Government; thanks to Frank Wilke for update and to Feng-Sheng Chen for further update)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.11)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (scanned official map; gift of Hyong Rhew 2/06)
  • (scanned portion of large MRT guide; guide a gift of Emilie Raguso)
  • (scanned MRT pocket maps -- English and Chinese, gifts of Emilie Raguso)
  • (thanks to Curtis Wang)
  • (local download of the above map)
  • Tama, Japan

  • (Advantour)
  • (Dmitry Zinoviev 1995;
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.02)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRailNet)
  • (map by Dmitry Zinoviev 1996; used by permission)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • (official ; Farsi; English link evident; thanks to Tina Vafi, Webmaster)
  • (msedv, with credit to Dan Weissmann)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.04)
  • The Hague, Netherlands

  • (official ; thanks to Patrick Leung [9/05])
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.07http://osamuabe.ld.infoseek.co.jp/subway/mappage/tenshin.gif)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (official with links to network maps in seven languages; thanks to Martyn Williams; updated map information thanks to Andrew Ludasi; thanks to Stefanie Blaise Marco for link change alert; 7/05)
  • (maps access; official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara for crucial clarifying information)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net; thanks to Pat Willener for URL-change advice)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (linked to GoogolMaps; JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • rail map (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (in Japanese; JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • (scanned map a gift of Kenneth Lerner)
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  • (archival; Pat B. Willener)
  • (composite prepared by Andrew Ludasi; includes Oedo line opened 12 December 2000)
  • (composite of sectional maps; revised image provided by Andrew Ludasi June, 2000)
  • (composite of sectional maps; image provided by Andrew Ludasi)
  • (official ; under construction; thanks to Robert Schwandl)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (official Subway - RT Maps (select); thanks to Kal Bedder for updates; also pdf maps and ; thanks to Sidney Cohen for this and other information 3/06)
  • (searchable, Google map-based general transit map by Ian Stevens, to whom thanks [1/07])
  • (TTC general transit map with connections to subway, bus, and surface lines; thanks to Patrick Leung)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (map April 2004 by Kenneth den Bleyker : email )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.02)
  • (official )
    • Ligne C (map not available)
  • (new map and by Jean Toulet 3/06)
  • (scan of official map 1999)
  • (sponsored by Demon Internet)
  • (map provided by Hugues Romain)
  • (area map; metro line in yellow; thanks to Bela Rasky)
  • (local download jpeg version of the above)
  • (inner city; metro stop locations indicated; thanks to Bela Rasky)
  • (local download jpeg version of the above)
  • (Ligne A; thanks to Norbert Reulke; same map as official above, but this was the first copy available to me)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
  • Torino, Italy

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  • (under construction, map by Osamu Abe 2000.01)
  • ("official " ; thanks to Dan Weissmann; thanks to Leroy W. Demery, Jr. for advising that this page is a hoax, of which I was unaware! In partial reparation I add a map of the , again thanks to Demery)
    ], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], []
  • [Spain] (select "+info" under "metro network map") (official )
  • (thanks to "miancelo" 04/06)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2000.9)
  • Valencia [Venezuela] (official ; under construction)
  • (select SkyTrain) (official ; thanks to Darren E. Chung for update)
  • (JohoMaps; thanks to Jonathan Ho)
  • SkyTrain and others (thanks to Vincent Siu)
  • SkyTrain and others (thanks to Vincent Siu)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2003.11)
  • Vienna (official ; it is now necessary to navigate through some path such as the icon "WR. LINIEN http://osamuabe.ld.infoseek.co.jp/subway/mappage/wien.gifPLÄNE ONLINE" to get to maps)
  • (official [Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region] complete map of fast rail services [train, commuter train, local train, metro]; pdf reader required; thanks to Horst Prillinger)
  • (network maps by Horst Prillinger -- master page); thanks to Dieter Henkel for indicating a need to update this and other Vienna links
  • (map by Horst Prillinger)
  • (east region; map by Horst Prillinger)
  • metro (small ; map by Horst Prillinger)
  • U- and S-Bahn (small; map by Horst Prillinger; current)
  • U- and S-Bahn (small; more stations; smaller print; map by Horst Prillinger; current)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; 12/05)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2002.05)
  • (downloads of various railmaps by )
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.02)
    ], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], []
  • Warsaw (official ; thanks to Piotr Kotkowski)
  • (original map by Kovács Ádám; updated 12/05)
  • (images of faxed maps; thanks to Jeff H. Adams)
  • (Robert Schwandl original; UrbanRail.Net)
  • Line 1 existing (Dan Weissmann)
  • proposed (Lines 1, 2, 3) (Dan Weissmann)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • (official ; thanks to J. Smith for URL update; thanks to Rick Pike for subsequent update [2005.9])
  • (interactive MetroMapr.com Google Map of the DC Metro; thanks to Bowen Pope)
  • (StationMasters Online clickable; map by Bowring Cartographic 1999; thanks to Larry Bowring)
  • (Washington Post map as publicized in the July 24, 1996 edition; contains advertising)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.05)
  • Wuhan, China

  • (official ; monorail listed as Metro by Metros der Welt)
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  • Xian, China

    ], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], []
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.01)
  • (Metametro of Vadim Dzygoon; thanks to Mark Ovenden for an additional copy)
  • (gift of Mark Ovenden)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.06; one of the stations is ; photo by - and thanks to - Matthew Benacquista)
  • (official ; thanks to Hiromichi Shigehara)
  • (att-JAPAN magazine map)
  • (map by Osamu Abe 2004.2)
    ], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], [], []
  • Zhengzhou, China

  • (official ; thanks to Arthur Glasfeld; several underground stations, according to Glasfeld and to Alan Hogenauer; thanks to Frederick König for VZB address update and the elaboration: "There is no subway in Zürich but the tramway has three underground-stops which were planned for a subway system. The people of Zürich voted against the plan of a subway system in Zürich (those three stops were already built before the vote). The tramway drives usually on the right side but it switches from the right side to the left side before going underground because of the doors of the tramway which are on the right side." )
  • pre-subway (thanks to Stéphane Gottraux for the map and for identification of the three stops mentioned in the item just above)
  • pre-subway expanded detail of the above (thanks to Stéphane Gottraux for the map)
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