Whoever made this info graphic didn't do much research. The New York metro system isn't REMOTELY close to the length and size of Tokyo's rail system nor is any other city's. What people don't understand this that Tokyo's Metro system is made of over several dozen different operators one of which just happens to be named "Tokyo Metro". Tokyo Metro is not the name of the Tokyo transit system. That is literally just the name of a SINGLE rail company that operates in Tokyo. The problem is almost every single article on the subject makes this same mistake. As of this year Tokyo has 148 different rail lines, 2200 stations (closer to 1,500 if you count true stand alone stations) run by 48 different operators with 2,900mi of track and carrying 40 million passengers PER DAY.
New York's rail system by comparison isn't even in the same universe. Heck there is a SINGLE line in Tokyo that carries as many passengers per day as 60% of the entire New York Metro system combined.
As for the little smear "fact" on groping in Japan go look at the actual crime stats. New York's violent crime rate, including sexual assault, is 7-10 TIMES higher than that of Tokyo. This rail fact about Tokyo is actually a testament to how insanely safe their metro system. Crime is so non-existent that groping is their only hot topic issue....even when statistically it happens at a fraction of the rate of New York subway crime.