Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.
Interestingly, the given table basically provides information about the underground railway systems in six different cities of the world along with detailed information on their years of opening, their kilometres of route and passengers per year in millions. Let’s have a summarized written account of it.
Initially, London, the oldest underground railway system of the world is given which was built in 1863 with the longest 394 kilometres route facilitating 775 millions of people per year. In the same way, in Paris, the same kind of system was established in 1900 with a total length of 199 kilometres amazingly accommodating 1191 millions of people every year. In 1927, an underground railway was opened in Tokyo which was 126 kilometres long transporting 1927 millions of passengers yearly.
If we move on, we find that the system was initiated in Washington DC in 1976 having 126 kilometres of route giving transport facilities to 144 millions of people every year. Koyoto comes next which was started in 1981 with only 11 kilometres of route and, surprisingly, it is addressing 45 millions of passengers every year. Lastly, the system was constructed in 2001 in Los Angeles with kilometres route facilitating 50 millions of people every year.
Analytically speaking, London has the oldest and the longest underground Railway System of the world whereas Tokyo’s Railway System is facilitating the maximum number of people per year.