The table shows data about underground railway systems in six major cities with data opened, kilometres of route and passenger numbers per year in millions. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given table depicts information about the underground railway station of the six different big towns. The date of opening, kilometres of route and count of the passenger who travelled every year are also given in Millions.
Overall, it is clearly seen that in the table Tokyo had the highest number of passengers per year and Kyoto had the least number of travellers.
To start with, in 1863, when London Railway station was opened. Seven hundred seventy-five million passengers are travelled in per year and cover 394 km distance. Paris is the second big city where the underground railway station opened in 1900 .1191 people used the underground Railway facility, but it covered only a 199-kilometre route, which is less than London.
Furthermore, the Tokyo railway track opened in 1927 and a large count of people per year who travelled the 155-kilometre route was noted as compared to London and Paris. On the other hand, Washington DC, Kyoto, and Los Angeles were three big cities e opened in 1976, 1981, and 2001. In these cities, fewer passengers travelled from one place to another and covered less distance than in other towns.
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