California Transit

Los Angeles Subway

This section deals with California only.  California has become very big for transit over the past 10~15 years. The oldest, and largest system belongs to San Francisco & Los Angeles has proven that if you build rail transit, they will come!

When visiting the City by the Bay that you also stop by nearby San Jose and close by Sacramento for transit. And of course one must make a special trip in Southern California to San Diego.

Choose Your City:

New  State City # of Photos New
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Services Notes
  CA Anaheim 57   The famous Disneyland Monorail. Streetcar is planned.
  CA Los Angeles 136  
Who said rail won't work in LA's car culture. You have 21 subway lines and 4 light rail lines. Extensions are underways with more planned. The Metrolink commuter rails system is rather extensive. In Downtown LA there is the funicular Angel's Flight.
CA Sacramento 25 Portions of Sacramento's Light Rail system is like an old fashioned interurban. It covers the region well.
  CA San Diego 119   The city that started the US Light Rail movement. There is also Coaster Commuter Rail, and the North-County Sprinter line.
  CA San Francisco 1182 714
BART is a regional metro. MUNI operated Light Rail, cable cars and the tourist F line to Fisherman's Wharf. The is Caltrain, SMART Train and airport links. A transit fan's dream
  CA San Jose 82   VTA Light Rail covers the San Jose area well. ACE commuter rail line is a success.
  CA San Pedro 19   A short Re-creation of the old Pacific Electric in San Pedro
Total 7 Cities 1630 714  

 

 

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