The South Blix Underground is a rapid transit system in the city of South Blix. A symbol of the city, it is noted for its density within the city limits and its architecture. It is entirely underground and 3014 kilometres long. It has over 9303 stations, of which 362 have transfers between lines. There are 237 lines, which are identified on maps by number/letter and colour, and direction of travel is indicated by the terminus. The SBU offers service 24 hours a day, seven days a week for every day of the year. Outside of South Blix, the SBU is known as the UBU. However, the SBU is the official name, and the entire system is operated by the same corporation, People's Transit.
The SBU is the busiest metro system in the world with over 100 million daily users (plus an additional 100 million users of the UBU).
Lines B-Z are major lines which cross the entire island or UBA. The busiest line in the system is the C-line (nicknamed the Marci Line), which serves West Blix to Sengkeng to Marci Square to The Lorx to Easttip.
Lines Ax are South Blix Aboveground lines. (e.g. Ab, A42, Aq)
Lines 1-250 are lines passing through Marci Square.
Lines 301-371 are lines which pass through Beckerham *but not* Marci Square.
Lines 401-451 are lines which pass through Bankshire *but not* Marci Square or Beckerham.
Lines 501-659 are lines which *do not* cross the WEST LINE. The WEST LINE is the border between the borough of West and the City-Centre quarter of the Island.
Lines 701-749 are lines which pass through the City-Centre but not through Marci Square, Beckerham, or Bankshire.
Lines 801-1100 are lines which *do not* leave the Eastern half of the Island.
Line 1200 connects Scorch Island to the A line.
Lines 1201-1299 are lines on Scorch Island
Lines 1401-1599 are lines on islands besides South Blix Island, Scorch Island, and West Blix Island.
Lines 2001-9000 are lines in the UBA, but not South Blix
Note: the XXX pattern will follow the rules above.
Lines structured as 2-XXXX pass through West Blix and South Blix.
Lines structured as 3-XXXX or 4-XXXX cross from another UBA city to South Blix.
Lines structured as 5-XXXX or 6-XXXX exist solely in the UBA with or without connections to Jala or West Blix.
Lines structured as 7-XXXX connect through Jala (may also connect another UBA city).
|Line||Route||Major Carriers||Daily Ridership||Termini|
|B||Old Iconic to East Blix to Marci Square to Beckerham||Waterloo||9 million||N: Old Province House
S: Rochester/ Waterfront
|C||West Blix to Sengkeng to Marci Square to The Lorx to Easttip||Ohtahlay and Appledoor (Western)||15 million||W: Blix Ave./Jiu Zhai St.
|D||Nehai - North Morris - Morris - York - North Blix - New Blix - WB - SK - BKH - MS - Manlieu||N: Colchester Ave./763rd St.|
|E||Jala to East Blix to West Blix to Beckerham|
|F||Ferry Hills - Jala - Poplar - Allhallon - MS - BKH - SK||W: Sengkeng Central
E: Place Tigo
|G||Bangalore - Port Said - Guangzhou Xin - WB - SK - MS - Manlieu||N: Kumarakrupa/ 287th
S: Rochester/ Washington
|K||RKBIA - Downtown WB - Hockley - Bedok - MS||W: RKBIA
E: Aesthetic/ Soleil
|S||Follows Soleil Blvd.||Soleil Blvd.||W: Friendship Circle
E: Soleil/ The Guard
|W||Canville - Osaka - Dundee - Yorkshire - New Denver - Ahmadabad - New Seoul - Streeter - EB - MS||Nockley|
|SC||"Strait Crosser" Crosses the Straits to the Base and WBI many times.||N/A||4 million|
|AP||MABIA - NGIA - Blix Mall - SBNCMIA - SK -RKBIA||N/A||1 million||W: RKBIA
|1||Las - Sueton - Iconic Oxford - Old Iconic - Iconic Glasgow - New Seoul - Streeter - EB - MS - BK - WW||Interruption St.||2 million|
|2||Iconic Liverpool - Iconic Reading - Iconic Glasgow - Ahmadabad - Greater Kingston - NoB - New Blix - Guangzhou Xin|
|3||Port Said - Guangzhou Xin - New Blix - Bridgetown - Jala - Ferry Hills||Highway 8||4 million|
Sister Station Project
The Sister Station Project began in the 1940s as a way to commemorate excellent subway stations around the world, by creating sister (but more like twin) stations in South Blix.
|World Metro||SBU Station||Made to Resemble||Opened||Line(s)|
|Moscow Metro||Soleil/The Boulevard E||Kiyevskaya||1957||S, 63|
|St. Petersburg||Champs-Chinois/Waterloo||Avtovo||1966||B, 11|
|Montreal Metro||Groulx/Marci East||Lionel-Groulx||1990||200|
|Beijing Metro||Water/343rd (Guangzhou Xin)||Beihai North||2018||G|
|Shanghai Metro||Water/300th (Guangzhou Xin)||Dashijie Station||2017||G|
|Paris Metro||Ensoleilée/Euylize||Arts et Métiers||1984||Y|
|Budapest||Champs-Chinois/Ohtahlay E||Szent Gellért Square||2017||11|
Rush hours are defined by the SBU as 7AM-10AM, and 3:45PM-6:30PM on weekdays. The SBU operates by a very strict schedule, and is known for rarely being late. The off-peak frequency is subject to change for each line, however the rush hour times are universal for all lines except special lines (e.g. the AIRPORT line). The SBU has said that it is unable to further decrease the rush hour wait, and is begging businesses to stagger their opening times. It has said that current technology globally will never be able to reduce wait times below 1min 25s. It is working with Blix University on ways to reduce wait times and maximize passenger use.
Operating hours are defined as the time when the first train will leave the terminus, and when the last train will leave the terminus.
|Operating Hours||Rush hours||Off-peak daytime||Late night|
E.g. C, F, Y
|Monday and Tuesday: 5AM-2AM
Wednesday (5AM) to Monday (2AM): 24hrs
|1min, 25s||3min to 4min||4min to 5min, 30s|
|Numbered lines||Monday to Wednesday: 5AM-2AM
Thursday to Sunday: 24hrs
|1min, 55s||3min to 5 min||4min to 6min|
|SBA - Lettered
E.g. Ab, Ae
Closed Mondays from 1:30AM-4AM
|2min, 50s||4min to 5min||5min to 10min|
|SBA - Numbered||Sunday to Thursday: 5AM-2AM
Friday to Saturday: 24hrs
|3min, 50s||5min to 6min||6min to 15min|