Metro System

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Capital Connection - Service - Future
... Concerns were raised that once the Wellington metro system was extended north from Paraparaumu to Waikanae as part of the electrification extension works ... consider changes after evaluating what impact the Metro system has on the Capital Connection's patronage ...
Rapid Transit In Finland - History - Planning Phase - 1955–1967: Light Rail Plan
... The initial motion for building a metropolitan railway system in Helsinki was made in September 1955, though during the past five decades the idea of a tunneled urban railway for ... or not there was truly a need for a tunneled public transport system in Helsinki ... The findings of the committee were clear Helsinki needed a metro system built on separate right-of-way ...
Rail Transport In Azerbaijan - Railways - Metro System
... City with metro system Baku Metro in Baku. ...
Dnipropetrovsk Metro
... The Dnipropetrovsk Metro (Ukrainian Дніпропетровський метрополітен Russian Днепропетровский метрополитен) is a single-line metro system that serves ... The metro was the third system constructed in Ukraine, after the Kiev and Kharkiv metro systems, respectively, when it opened on December 29, 1995 ... The Dnipropetrovsk Metro is currently the shortest metro system in the world, consisting of one 7.8 kilometres (4.8 mi) line and 6 stations ...
Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority - NFTA Metro Division - Corporate Identity - Coloring and Print Media
... arrival of the 6000 series GMC RTS-04 buses in 1984, the NFTA's Metro system operated its vehicles using a color scheme of brown, yellow and orange, referred to as "earth tone" or "candy ... Alternatively, many of the Metro Rail trains still have retained the old color scheme ... Previous to 1984, the Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System had painted their fleet with a yellow and black scheme (during the 1970s), and maintained the red and cream color scheme used by ...

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