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The given table depicts data on the underground railway networks in six metropolitans.
Overall, the newer the railway system, the shorter the designed length, with the only exception seen in Los Angeles's system. While London's networks opened sooner than any other city and had the longest route, Tokyo has the highest number of passengers per year.
Opening in 1863 and covering 394 kilometers, London's railway is the oldest and longest of the six systems. Although Paris's and Tokyo's railway systems were constructed later and designed shorter than London's, their annual passenger numbers are higher, at 1191 and 1927 million people, respectively.
Kyoto and Los Angeles were the last two of these cities that had railway systems. These two networks also have the shortest routes, with 11 and 28 kilometers respectively, and welcome around 50 million passengers annually. Compared to the two networks mentioned above, Washington DC railway routes have 126 kilometers in length and 144 million yearly passengers.