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Please see discussion on the linked talk page. This article appears to contradict the article Shared transport. Mass transit” and “mass transport” redirect here. Shanghai Metro is the largest rapid transit system in the world by route length. However, most public transport trips include other modes of travel, such as passengers walking or catching bus services to access train stations. Urban public transit differs distinctly among Asia, North America, and Europe. For geographical, historical and economic reasons, differences exist internationally regarding use and extent of public transport.
While countries in the Old World tend to have extensive and frequent systems serving their old and dense cities, many cities of the New World have more sprawl and much less comprehensive public transport. Some historical forms of public transport include the stagecoach, traveling a fixed route from coaching inn to coaching inn, and the horse-drawn boat carrying paying passengers, which was a feature of European canals from their 17th-century origins. The first passenger horse-drawn railway opened in 1806: it ran between Swansea and Mumbles in southwest Wales in the United Kingdom. Seven criteria measure the usability of different types of public transport and its overall appeal. The criteria are speed, comfort, safety, cost, proximity, timeliness and directness. Speed is calculated from total journey time including transfers.
Chauffeured movement is enjoyed by many people when it is relaxing, safe but not too monotonous. An airline provides scheduled service with aircraft between airports. Air travel has high speeds, but incurs large waiting times prior to and after travel, and is therefore often only feasible over longer distances or in areas where a lack of ground infrastructure makes other modes of transport impossible. Bus services use buses on conventional roads to carry numerous passengers on shorter journeys. The vehicles are normally equipped with more comfortable seating, a separate luggage compartment, video and possibly also a toilet.