Here's How Tiny Toronto's Subway System Is Compared To Other Subways Around The World - Narcity

Here's How Tiny Toronto's Subway System Is Compared To Other Subways Around The World

It's a little embarrassing.

It's no secret that Toronto's subway system needs work. But it's only when you put its subway map against those of other major cities around the world that you realize just how much work it really needs. Seriously, some of these cities have such massive subway systems that even seasoned commuters in Toronto might have difficulty navigating through them on their first few go's.

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You can talk about population density all you want; but at the end of the day, Toronto's subway system still isn't nearly as efficient as it could be. If we're ever going to become a "world-class city", we're going to need a subway system that matches up to these glorious ones from around the world:


Toronto, Canada

69 stations

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Photo cred - TTC


Moscow, Russia

194 stations

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Photo cred - Russian Metro


London, England

270 stations

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Photo cred - visitlondon


Stockholm, Sweden

100 stations

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Photo cred - g-r-news


Tokyo, Japan

179 stations

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Photo cred - Tokyo Metro


New York City, USA

421 stations

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Photo cred - designboom


Paris, France

245 stations

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Photo cred - Urban Rail


Madrid, Spain

300 stations

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Photo cred - Urban Rail


Shanghai, China

263 stations

Shanghai Metro

Photo cred - echinaexpat


Mexico City, Mexico

163 stations

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Photo cred - Mexico Online


Seoul, Korea

291 stations

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Photo cred - mappery


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