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The statistics on six railways in European cities—Paris, Stockholm, Lisbon, Rome, Madrid, and Berlin—was displayed in the form of a bar graph. In general, Lisbon has the most commuters, whereas Paris has the oldest and largest train system.
The Paris Railway, seen in the picture, was founded in 1863 and today comprises around 400 km of tracks. Stockholm's railway system, which is the second-largest and second-oldest in the world, was established in 1900 and has since grown to cover around 200 kilometers. When it comes to Rome and Lisbon, they were both founded in 1927 and 1976, respectively. They have train lines that extend 126 and 155 kilometers in total.
The shortest rail track in Madrid is only 11 km long and was built in 1981. In contrast, Berlin had a 28 kilometer route when it was first launched in 2001. With over 200 million travelers a year, the Lisbon train system leads the pack when it comes to serving commuters. Nearly 50% of these travelers transit through Stockholm. Paris has the largest and oldest train network, although it only serves 775 million passengers annually. Three times as many people use the train networks in Berlin and Madrid as there are in Rome, where there are 144 million passengers annually.