The Tbilisi Metro (Georgian: თბილისის მეტროპოლიტენი) is a rapid transit metro system in Tbilisi, Georgia. Opened on 11 December 1966 it became the 4th Metro system in the former Soviet Union. Like most ex-Soviet Metros, most of the stations are very deep and vividly decorated.

The Tbilisi Metro comprises two lines, 27.1 kilometers (16.8 mi) in length, serving 22 stations.[1] In 2012, the Metro transported 93.9 million passengers, a significant increase to the 85.6 million passengers served in 2011.It is operated by the Tbilisi Transport Company, which began operation the same year as the Tbilisi Metro, in 1966.

Akhmeteli–Varketili Line

Akhmetelis Teatri

Sarajishvili

Guramishvili

Ghrmaghele

Didube

Gotsiridze

Nadzaladevi

Sadguris Moedani I

Marjanishvili

Rustaveli

Tavisuplebis Moedani

Avlabari

Samasi Aragveli

Isani

Samgori

Varketili

Saburtalo Line

Sadguris Moedani II

Tsereteli

Teknikuri Universiteti

Sameditsino Universiteti

Delisi

Vazha-Pshavela

Sakhelmtsipo Universiteti

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