Reply to "I rode Moscow's metro for a day, and it blew New York's subway system away"

There were automated machines for buying a metro ticket just around the corner, but human attendants also work at every station. Their help is surely needed: daily metro ridership in Moscow averages just under 7 million people, occasionally peaking at more than 9 million.

There were automated machines for buying a metro ticket just around the corner, but human attendants also work at every station. Their help is surely needed: daily metro ridership in Moscow averages just under 7 million people, occasionally peaking at more than 9 million. Dylan Love

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