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Central US Transit

Dallas

When most people think of the central United States they think of America's bread basket and farms. But there are several large cities that support rail based transit.  The biggest transit city is surprisingly enough, Dallas, TX. This is proof that a car oriented area can support a transit system! However, Denver and Salt Lake City also have large systems.

Please choose Your City:

 

New  State City # of Photos New
Photos
Services Notes
  AZ Phoenix 158   This city Light Rail system opened in 2008.
  AZ Tucson 24   A modern streetcar is to open in 2014~2015 which replaced the Old Pueblo Trolley

 

CO Denver   174   Denver Light Rail system continues to grow, with a commuter rail system coming soon to the Airport!
  CO Fort Collins 0   A small heritage operation using authentic Birney cars from Fort Collins
  MO Kansas City      
  MO St. Louis 112 Light rail first opened in 1993. The system continues to grow
  OK Oklahoma City      
  NV Las Vegas 72 The small monorail system linking hotels is not as popular as hoped, but serves the area well
NM Albuquerque 0 Commuter Rail service, dubbed Railrunner operates from ABQ to Santa Fe.
  OK El Reno 0   A small tourist trolley using an ex-Philly Stratford car converted to diesel operation
  TX Austin 12   A commuter line run with imported DMU's is in service

 

TX Dallas 314  
Extensions to DART continue to open. The new Denton "A"-Train is now open. To top it off, the TRE commuter rail links with Fort Worth.
  TX Galveston 0   Uses replica trolleys with on-board generators
  TX Houston 138   The light rail line opened in early 2004, further expansion is planned.

 

TX Fort Worth 6   The Tandy Subway is closed (8/02). There is talk of light rail for the city.
  UT Salt Lake 398   System proved its worth during the 2000 winter Olympics, extensions under way
Total 13 Cities 1408    

 

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