The word metro is an English word for a form of urban public transport

They are rapid transit systems that are typically underground, with limited to no above ground elevation, and use electric trains.

The first metro was opened in 1896 by the Metropolitan Railway Company in London. They were originally powered by steam engines but now they are powered by electricity. The first electric train ran on September 24, 1890 at the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway. They were then adopted all across Europe and America during the twentieth century until about 1990s when they began to be replaced by light rail systems because of their high cost.

The Metro system is a public transport system in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal.

Metro stations are open from 5:30am to 1:30am Monday through Friday and 6:00am to 1:00am on Saturday and Sunday. The Metro operates on all five lines including 66 stations, 450 buses, and 10 funiculars. The Metro provides service every 4-12 minutes during rush hour periods, every 5-10 minutes at other times of the day or night. The tickets are sold in five different zones depending on the location of the station. The price ranges from 3$ for one zone to 9$ for all five zones.

Metro is a French company headquartered in Paris, France. It is one of the world’s largest retailers in the clothing and fashion industry with brands like Auchan, Conforama, and Carrefour.

Since its founding in 1976 by entrepreneur Jean-Claude Decaux, the company has expanded to more than 20 countries. As of 2017, Metro employs more than 220,000 people worldwide through its stores and franchises.