How These Two Cities Implemented Robust and Well-Connected Rapid Transit Systems

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Every year, ITDP collects and updates rapid transit data for the Rapid Transit Database, which debuted in 2021. The year 2022 witnessed a remarkable 16,000-kilometer increase in rapid transit corridors around the world. Last year was full of ambitious and successful public transport projects in cities around the world, proving that rapid transit systems could rebound from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and even reach new heights in some cases. Two cities in particular offer encouraging evidence of these successes for other global cities to learn from and replicate — Guadalajara, Mexico and Hangzhou, China.

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