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Apr 9, 2022

[Answer] What are the only two African cities with a subway system?

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...1. Nairobi and Lagos 2. Algiers and Cairo 3. Marrakech and Abidjan 4. Johannesburg and Kampala




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Algiers and Cairo - Only two cities on the African continent offer an underground subway system: Cairo, Egypt, and Algiers, Algeria. Cairo's metro, Africa's oldest, began operations in 1987 and currently has three lines running underneath the city (with more planned). Over 500 million people ride Cairo's subway every year. The Algiers subway, meanwhile, opened in 2011 after almost three decades of planning and construction. It has one line, skirting the Mediterranean Sea, with extensions planned, and currently carries around 28 million passengers per year. Some African cities feature above-ground light rail networks, such as Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, which opened its system in 2015.:


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