The table indicates the opening year, the length and the number of travelers per year of the underground railway system in six cities.

As can be seen, the length of the underground railway route does not influence much on the number of passengers. Besides, Kyoto has the lowest figures among all in both aspects.

The longest and oldest underground train system was built in London in 1863, stretching 394 kilometres. However, Paris and Tokyo’s railway systems were much shorter, just about 170 kilometres, but more visited than this, serving around 1100 to 1900 people per year. Not having a short route, but the underground in Washington DC only had 144 users per year.

Meanwhile, Kyoto and Los Angeles had considerably small figures. The underground railway system in Kyoto only had 11 kilometres of route and 45 passengers per year. In addition, L.A’s train route beneath the ground, the newest one, served only 50 people per year with its 28-kilometre length.

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The table indicates (wrong word - lists / gives / shows ) the opening year, the length and the number of travelers per year of the underground railway systems in six cities. (Incomplete. What are the cities?)

As can be seen, the length of the underground railway route has no relation to its capacity. does not influence (wrong word) much on the number of passengers. Besides, (wrong transition) Kyoto has the lowest figures (wrong word) among all in both aspects (wrong expression)

The longest and oldest underground train system was built in London in 1863, stretching 394 kilometres. However, Paris's and Tokyo’s railway systems are were much shorter, just about 170 (Incorrect. The other systems are also much shorter, so I do not understand your point.) kilometres, but more visited (wrong word - heavily utilized ) than this, serving around 1100 to 1900 people (incorrect) per year. Not having a short route, but the underground in Washington DC only had 144 users (incorrect data and wrong word - Users are for computers and applications, Not for transit systems. ) per year.

Meanwhile, Kyoto and Los Angeles had considerably small figures. (wrong word) The underground railway system in Kyoto only had 11 kilometres of route and 45 passengers (wrong information - It means that less than one person rode this system each week. The trains were empty the other six days!) per year. In addition, L.A’s train route beneath the ground, the newest one, served only 50 people per year (wrong. It means that less than one person rode this system each week.) with its 28-kilometre length.