Hong Kong's Mass Transit Railway (MTR), which turns 40 next year, carries 5.8 million people a day over a network spanning 260km. Operators of several metros the world over - including Singapore's - benchmark themselves against its high reliability standards.
The network has mostly eight-car trains running 19 hours a day, and is operated by MTR Corp, a listed company majority-owned by the Hong Kong government.
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