6. Moscow Metro, Russia
Europe’s busiest underground railway system was designed in 1935 to accommodate those in the capital city and surrounding areas. The cars have evolved throughout the years, and they’re now equipped with free Wi-Fi so passengers can surf the web, stream music, or get some work done during their daily commute…if they can find a seat on one of the busy cars, of course.
The ease of navigating the system makes it a favorite, especially among those who are looking for a connection to the city’s Monorail. But after battling other passengers for some elbow room, we wouldn’t be surprised if commuters needed to ease the stress of their hectic day on the subway by downing a couple shots of vodka as soon as they step off the platform.
In 2016, the rail system had an annual ridership of 2.378 billion passengers on its 14 lines and 244 stations.