there are some cases where multiple cities might share a transportation hub or platform, such as major international airports or train stations.

Here are 10 examples of cities that might have transportation hubs serving multiple cities:

New York City, New York, USA

Penn Station serves several cities in the Northeast, including Philadelphia and Boston.

London, United Kingdom

London Paddington station connects to various cities in England and Wales.

Paris, France

Paris, France

Gare du Nord serves as a hub for trains to several European cities, including Brussels and Amsterdam.

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Union Station connects Chicago with cities throughout the Midwest.

Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt, Germany

Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof is a major railway station connecting various German cities.

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Station is a central hub for the country's extensive Shinkansen (bullet train) network.

Beijing, China

Beijing South Railway Station links the capital with various cities in southern China.

Sydney, Australia

Central Station connects Sydney with other cities in New South Wales.

Istanbul, Turkey

Sirkeci Station and Haydarpaşa Terminal historically served as major rail connections between Europe and Asia.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur Sentral serves as a transportation hub connecting various Malaysian cities.