India is set to have the second-largest metro system in the world, surpassing Japan, Korea, and the United States. The country's population living in urban areas is expected to increase to over 50% by 2050. The government is investing in making urban areas more habitable through its Smart City mission, with a focus on seamless urban mobility and public transportation. Metro Rail Networks are seen as an efficient and sustainable mode of transportation, improving travel time, reducing pollution, and easing road congestion. India currently has 20 operational metro rail networks, with plans to expand to 2,750 kilometers in the future.
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