What is the world’s longest subway system

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Chapter Transportation and Urban Geography

The world’s first subway system is also the world’s longest. In operation since 1863 (when it used steam-powered trains), the London Underground is now 244 miles (393 kilometers) long and uses electricity to power the trains.


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