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South East US Transit 

The southern US is a growing section of the US. They to have turned to transit as a solution to the growing traffic problems. I have started the South at Virgina and worked my way southward.


Please Choose Your City: 

New  State City # of Photos New
Services Notes
  AR Fort Smith 0   This streetcar system serves the historic district.
  AR Little Rock 23   This is Heritage Streetcar system that opened in 2004
  FL Jacksonville 16   This monorail system serves as a downtown circulator.
  FL Miami 38   City has an above ground "subway" complemented with a downtown circulator. Extensions are planned. Tri-Rail Commuter train service is looking at service expansion.
FL Orlando 132 21 Actually Lake Buena Vista, the famous Disney Monorail.


Tampa 73   The Teco Streetcar line is operational, with a push for expansion
GA Atlanta 43 29 MARTA Talks about expansion of their fine subway system. A new streetcar system is set to open in 2014
  Ga Savannah 0   A short tourist line along the riverfront area using a Aussie car with an onboard generator.
  LA New Orleans 83   The famous St. Charles line has been joined with a remake of the Canal St Line. Don't forget to ride the Riverfront line as well.
  NC Charlotte 0   The tourist trolley line is the pre-cursor to Light rail in this southern city.
  TN Memphis 103   The Memphis Trolley utilizes heritage cars, that might expand into a regional light rail system
  TN Nashville 0   In 2006 the Music City Star Commuter line is to open between Nashville & Lebanon.
  VA Norfolk 0   The Tide
  WV Morgantown 0   This innovative people mover system serves a University.
Total 14 Cities 511 50  


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