That article on Boston's subway lists 66 stations just for the Green Line alone, 1 more than the quiz's requirement of 65. 133 is the number, according to the link in the source's chart, listed as the number for all MBTA stops.
But, I don't know. Wikipedia numbers always contradict each other, often within the same sentence so I didn't put much effort to investigate the article very far.
(In case of getting furniture up the stairs, this ís true by the way! ;) )
No, I can't fix Wikipedia and won't make the attempt because it's useless.
Me after the quiz: It was Oslo and Hong Kong
Overall, good quiz - only missed Toronto, Hamburg and Zhengzhou.
After all I have the largest number of Quizzes related to Metro
Every city with a Metro Rail system on a World Map
New York City Subway Stations on a Map
Delhi Metro Stations on a Map
Amsterdam Metro Stations on a Map
Tokyo Subway Stations on a Map
Chicago L Stations on a Map
Sydney Metro will have it's first anniversary after 18 days and it's 36 km with 13 stations.
If you are talking about Sydney City Trains the it's classified as a commuter Rail rather than a Metro.
All the stations of Melbourne Metro is also classified as a Suburban Railway rather than a Metro
- Shanghai metro in 1992:
0 stations (no metro)
*fast forward 28 years*
Rio de Janeiro metro in 2020:
- Shanghai metro in 2020: