Metro - Wikipedia Metro From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Look up metro, metro-, métro, or métro- in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Metro, short for metropolitan, may refer to: Contents 1 Companies 2 Geography 3 Education 4 Media and entertainment 4.1 Broadcasting 4.2 Film 4.3 Magazines 4.4 Music 4.4.1 Artists 4.4.2 Titled works 4.4.3 Venues 4.5 Newspapers 4.6 Other media 5 People 6 Public transport 7 Sports 8 Technology 9 Vehicles 10 Other uses 11 See also Companies[edit] Metro (department store) Metro (supermarket, Greece) Metro (supermarket, Indonesia) Metro (restaurant chain) Metro AG Metro Cash and Carry METRO Foods Trading, a Cypriot supermarket chain Metro Inc., a Canadian supermarket chain Metro by T-Mobile, a prepaid wireless service provider in the United States Metro International Airlines, a subsidiary of the defunct Flying Tiger Line which operated 1981–1983Geography[edit] See also: List of metropolitan areas by population A metropolitan area, the populated region including and surrounding an urban center Metro (city), a city in Indonesia Fairfield Metro, Connecticut, locally referred to as MetroEducation[edit] Metro Academic and Classical High School, St Louis, Missouri, United States Metro State College, Denver, Colorado, United States Metro State University, Minneapolis–Saint Paul, Minnesota, United StatesMedia and entertainment[edit] Broadcasting[edit] Metro Broadcast Corporation, with a variety of Hong Kong‑based Metro‑branded radio stations Metro FM, a national radio station, South Africa Metro Radio, a radio station, Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England Metro TV (Indonesia), a news channel Metro 14, on air name of CJNT-DT, a television station, Montreal, Quebec Radio Metro, a radio station, Argentina Metro (Poland), a Polish television channelFilm[edit] Metro (1997 film), starring Eddie Murphy Metro (2007 film) Metro (2013 film), Russian film Metro (2016 film), a Tamil language film The Metro (film), a 2011 Malayalam-language film Metro Pictures, one of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's predecessor companiesMagazines[edit] Metro (magazine), New Zealand lifestyle magazine Metro Magazine, for bus and rail transit and motorcoach operators Metro Weekly, a free weekly magazine-style publication for the LGBT community of Washington, D.C.Music[edit] Artists[edit] Metro (Hungarian band) Metro (British band), active 1976–1980 Metro (Serbian band), active 1981–1985; 1994–1997 Metrô (band), Brazilian new wave band active 1978–1988; 2002–2004; 2014; 2015–present Metro Boomin (born 1993), American songwriter, known simply as Metro The Metros, an English indie band active 2006–2009Titled works[edit] Metro (album), 1977 self-titled album by the British band Metro (musical), a 1991 Polish musical "Metro" (The Vincent Black Shadow song), a 2006 song by The Vincent Black Shadow "The Metro" (song), a 1983 single by BerlinVenues[edit] Metro Chicago, a music venue, Chicago, United States The Metro Theatre, a music venue, Sydney, Australia Metro Nightclub, the former name of the Palace theatre, Melbourne, AustraliaNewspapers[edit] Harian Metro, Malaysia Metro (Belgian newspaper) Metro (British newspaper) Metro (Dutch newspaper) Metro (Italian newspaper) Metro (Swedish newspaper) Metro (U.S. newspaper), largest circulation among free newspapers in the United States Métro (Montreal newspaper), a French-language free newspaper Metro Daily, Hong Kong newspaper Metro International, a Swedish media company Metro Newspapers, a newspaper company in California which publishes: Metro Santa Cruz, former name of a newspaper in Santa Cruz, California, renamed the Santa Cruz Weekly Metro Silicon Valley, a newspaper in San Jose, California StarMetro (newspaper), a chain Canadian free newspapers (formerly called Metro until April 2018) Zimbabwe MetroOther media[edit] Metro (franchise), series of science fiction works Metro (novel), by Vladimir Varankin Metro (typeface) Metro 2033 (video game)People[edit] Héctor David Delgado Santiago (1975-2013), Mexican drug lord nicknamed El Metro 4 Gregorio Sauceda-Gamboa, Mexican drug lord nicknamed Metro 2 Samuel Flores Borrego (1972–2011), Mexican drug lord nicknamed Metro 3Public transport[edit] See also: List of metro systems A city or metropolitan area's urban rail transit system, in particular: Rapid transit, a passenger railway in an urban area with high capacity and frequency Metro (Minnesota) Metro (Belfast) Metro (Houston) Metro (Christchurch) Metro TasmaniaSports[edit] Metro (wrestler), a Mexican masked luchador Metro Conference, a defunct NCAA Division I athletic conference Metro FC (New Zealand), association football club based in AucklandTechnology[edit] Metro (design language), developed by Microsoft for interfaces GlassFish Metro, an open source web service stack that is part of the GlassFish project Metro Ethernet, an Ethernet-based computer network that covers a metropolitan area Metro, former code name of the XML Paper Specification, Microsoft's document frameworkVehicles[edit] Austin Metro and MG Metro, produced by Austin Rover in Europe Fairchild Metro, a commuter airliner Geo Metro, a variant of the Suzuki Cultus sold in North America International Harvester's Metro VanOther uses[edit] Metro (Oregon regional government) Metropolitan New York Library CouncilSee also[edit] All pages with titles containing metro Metropolitan (disambiguation) Metrobus (disambiguation) Metrorail (disambiguation) Metro Police (disambiguation) Metro Transit (disambiguation) Metroplex (disambiguation) Metropolis Dmytro, a Ukrainian name for which Metro is a nickname Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search termThis disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Metro. 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