Well, the Yamanote line in Tokyo carries about 3.5 million people every day between 29 stops. This is aproaching New York City’s 4.8 million per day. But is peanuts compared to Japan’s larger rail network. The Shinkansen, as the high speed rail system in known in Japan handles around 351 million passengers a year. Divided up per day, this is almost a million people per day.
Or to be more accurate around 962,000 people a day.
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