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Operator MDTD
System Type Metro
Year Opened 1986
# of Lines 1
# of Cars 136
Mileage 22.4 miles
Gauge Std
Stations 22
Power 3rd rail
Fare Media Tokens/cash
Data Date 2006
1st Visit 3/2006
Last Visit 3/2006
% Rode 80%

Southern US Transit > Miami


Who says you can't build a subway in Florida. Okay Metrorail never dives underground, hence Metro. The metro cars are identical to the Baltimore Metro, as they were ordered together (a rarity in transit circles). The system is clean an efficient. However is confusing to transfer from a bus to the train. Apparently you need to ask for a bus to rail transfer, as std transfers do not apply.

There are major expansion plans in the works for this system.

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Train near the Tri-Rail station. (4/1/06) Northbound train leaving Allapattah Station (3/24/06)
Southbound train near Dadeland South station. (4/1/06) Above is a northbound train leaving Government Center. (3/24/06)
Entrance to one of the Palmetto station, the northern end of the line. (4/1/06) Looking up at the Dadeland South station. (4/1/06)
Trains seen on the high Viaduct that carries the trains over the Miami River in Downtown. (3/24/06) Another view of the train on the Viaduct. (3/24/06)
Here is a shot of the yards at the northern end of the line. (4/1/06) View from a airliner looking down at Brickell area. (3/24/06)

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