Canadian Transit Systems















 Canada is a vast country in terms of area. Some of its largest cities are home to rail transit systems, with Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver leading the pack.

 Calgary, ALB

 6 photos

The Stampede city is home to a multi-line light rail system.

Edmonton, ALB 

 12 photos

The Oil Capital of Canada maintains a light rail system with a downtown subway.

Nelson, BC

 Coming Soon

Coming soon

Nelson has a short heritage tram line using an original Nelson tram.

Toronto, ONT 

46 photos

The economic capital of Canada is also home to a subway system, streetcars, light rail, and commuter rail.

 Vancouver, BC 

295 photos

This is the largest city in western Canada. It has an automated Skytrain system, trolleybuses, and a commuter rail line.

Cities Not Featured


  • Kirchner-Waterloo, ONT: Recently opened a new Light Rail line.
  • Montreal, QUE: Home to a rubber-tired metro and a rail commuter system
  • Ottawa, ONT: Has a light Rail System