Parap MetroRail System
The Parap MetroRail System, also known as the Parap Metro, is an urban rail transportation system under construction in the Alduro-Wechua city of Parap, Wechua Nation. Construction began in 1686 AN as part of the New Prosperity Plan. It is financed by the federal government but shall be operated by a public-private partnership upon completion.
The system shall consist of six lines, including two rapid transit subway lines and four light rail lines serving 100 stations. The Parap Metro is also designed to be well-connected with Parap's city buses and other rail systems.