|Line A||1977||1994||46||108.5 km / 67.5 miles||2,411 m||272,800,000|
|Line B||1977||1981||47||80.0 km / 49.8 miles||1,739 m||165,100,000|
|Line C||1979||2000||84||185.6 km / 115.5 miles||2,184 m||140,000,000|
|Line D||1987||1995||59||160.0 km / 99.6 miles||2,807 m||145,000,000|
|Line E||1999||2003||21||52.3 km / 32.5 miles||2,615 m||60,000,000|
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