North American Transit

North America is known for being a car culture. However most medium to large cities, and some small ones, offer rail-based transit. This section is divided into regions, then into cities for easy navigation.

A total of 9,886 photos of 59 cities are for your viewing pleasure.



UPDATED Cities: Washington DC with 299 photos; Baltimore MD, with 82 photos;  Orlando, FL with 41 photos; 

New York (PATH Trains) with 103 photos; Miami, FL, with 88 photos,  Newark, NJ, with 83 photos;

San Juan, Puerto Rico, with 53 photos; Seattle, WA, with 143 photos

10 Cities

2762 photos

567 new


The Northeastern US

This is the Northeastern US. New York City dominates here, Some other cities include Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, and more..

10 Cities

778 Photos

139 New


The Southeastern US

The southeast of the US includes many great states and transit systems. New Orleans, Atlanta, Miami, Jacksonville, Memphis, and more.

7 Cities

927 Photos


Great Lakes Region of the US

This includes the cities around the Great Lakes in addition to Missouri and Minnesota.  Chicago, Minneapolis, and more. 

15 Cities

1860 Photos


The Central US

This is the heart of the United States. This includes Denver, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Salt Lake, among others 

7 Cities

1436 Photos

143 new


The US Pacific Northwest

This northwest corner of the US has a lot of transit options. The trendsetter Portland, the Emerald City of Seattle, and other smaller cities

7 Cities

1701 Photos



Every rail transit city in The Golden State is featured from San Diego to Sacramento and the transit fans dream of San Francisco

4 Cities

359 Photos



Canada is a rather larger country in area, but low population. However many the major cities have rail-based transit, with Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary all leading the pack.

1 City

63 photos

53 new


The Caribbean – Central America

There are a few transit properties in the Caribbean and Central America, but the only one featured here currently is San Juan, Puerto Rico