List of rail transit systems in North America


List of rail transit systems in North America

=Canada=

*National: heavy rail network, mainly in the south:Operated by VIA Rail

*Calgary: 2 Light Rail Lines, with planned extensions:Operated by Calgary Transit

*Edmonton: 1 Light Rail Line, with a planned extension:Operated by Edmonton Transit System

*Montreal: 4 Subway Lines, with a planned extension:Operated by Société de transport de Montréal; Agence métropolitaine de transport

*Ottawa: O-Train - 1 Metro line operated on railway lines:Operated by OC Transpo

*Greater Toronto Area: 3 Subway Lines, 1 Above-Ground Metro Line (Scarborough RT), 7 Streetcars lines and 1 Streetcar line with Street Right-Of-Way Lines : Yonge-University (32 Stations), Bloor-Danforth (31 Stations), Sheppard (5 Stations), Scarborough RT (6 Stations):Operated by the Toronto Transit Commission, GO Transit

*Greater Vancouver and Lower Mainland: 2 Above-Ground Metro Lines, with a 3rd in planning process AND 1 Streetcar line:Operated by South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority (Translink) (formally operated by BC Transit); West Coast Express

Cuba

*Havana: heavy rail passenger service:Operated by Ferrocarriles de Cuba

Mexico

*Guadalajara: 1 Metro Line, 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Sistema de Tren Eléctrico Urbano

*Mexico City: 11 Metro Lines with 16 new lines under consideration, 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Sistema de Transporte Colectivo and Servico de Transportes Eléctricos

*Monterrey: 2 Light Rail Lines (1 is Underground):Operated by S.T.C. Metrorrey

Puerto Rico

*San Juan: 1 Metro Line Tren Urbano:Operated by Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority (Department of Transportation (DTOP)); Siemens AG

United States of America

*National: heavy rail network:Operated by Amtrak

Gulf & Southern States

*Atlanta: 4 Heavy Rail Lines:Operated by MARTA

*Charlotte: 1 Light Rail Line :Operated by CATS

*Dallas: 4 Light Rail Lines, commuter rail:Operated by DART; Trinity Railway Express

*Houston: 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas

*Jacksonville: 1 Downtown Monorail:Operated by Jacksonville Transportation Authority

*Miami: 1 Metro Line, 1 Downtown People Mover:Operated by Miami-Dade Transit

*New Orleans: 3 Streetcar lines:Operated by Regional Transit Authority

*Palm Beach: commuter rail:Operated by Tri-Rail

*Tampa: 1 Light Rail Line in planning :to be operated by Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority

Midwest & Great Lake States

*Chicago: 8 Subway Lines (with Elevated Sections, and Corridor Lines), 1 Interurban:Operated by Chicago Transit Authority and Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District

*Cincinnati-Covington: 1 Light Rail Line proposed in 2002, but not passed

*Cleveland: 1 Subway Line, 3 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority

*Detroit: 1 Downtown People Mover:Operated by Detroit Department of Transportation

*Indianapolis: 1 Light Rail Line in planning:To be operated by Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation

*Memphis: Trolley Lines, with 1 Light Rail Line in planning:LRT to be operated by Memphis Area Transit Authority

*Minneapolis-St. Paul: 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Metro Transit (Minnesota)

*St. Louis: 2 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Bi-State Development Agency

Northeast

*Baltimore: 1 Heavy Rail, 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Maryland Transit Administration

*Boston: 12 Commuter Rail Lines, 3 Heavy Rail, 4 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

*Buffalo: 1 Light Rail Line :Operated by Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Buffalo Metro Rail

*New Jersey, Northern: 10 Commuter Rail Lines, 1 Monorail, 2 Light Rail Lines, 1 Heavy Rail Line:Operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and New Jersey Transit.

*New Jersey, Southern: 1 Commuter Rail, 1 Heavy Rail, 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by the Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) and New Jersey Transit

*New York: 26 Subways (Including the Staten Island Railway), 1 Monorail:Operated by New York City Transit and Port Authority of New York and New Jersey:(See also Northern New Jersey)

*Norfolk, VA: 1 Light Rail Line in planning

*Philadelphia: 8 Commuter Rail, 3 Heavy Rail, 8 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportations Authority SEPTA:(see also New Jersey, Southern)

*Pittsburgh: 4 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Port Authority of Allegheny County

*Washington DC, Greater: 5 Heavy Rail Lines:Operated by Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Virginia Railway Express

West

*Albuquerque: commuter rail: Operated by New Mexico Rail Runner Express

*Denver: 3 Light Rail Lines (with 3 commuter rail, 3 light rail and extensions planned):Operated by Regional Transportation District

*Las Vegas: 1 Downtown Monorail:Operated by the Las Vegas Monorail Company

*Los Angeles: 1 Subway Line, 2 Metro Lines, 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority; Metrolink (Southern California)

*Orange County: 1 Light Rail Line in planning

*Phoenix: 1 Light Rail Line under construction:Operated by Valley Metro

*Portland: 3 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon TriMet

*Sacramento: 2 Light Rail Lines with planned extensions:Operated by Sacramento Regional Transit District

*Salt Lake City: 2 Light Rail Lines:Operated by Utah Transit Authority

*San Diego: 3 Light Rail Lines with planned extensions:Operated by San Diego Trolley; COASTER

*San Francisco: 5 Light Rail/Streetcar Lines (Muni Metro) with a sixth under test, 3 Cable Car Lines, 1 Historic Streetcar line. Various subway/tunnel sections:Operated by San Francisco Municipal Railway, Bay Area Rapid Transit; Caltrain

*San Francisco/Oakland: 5 Heavy Rail Lines, various subway/tunnel sections:Operated by Bay Area Rapid Transit District

*San Jose: 2 Light Rail Lines with planned extensions

*Seattle: 1 Monorail, 2 Streetcar(south lake union line under construction), 1 Light Rail Line (Under Construction):Operated by Sound Transit

*Tacoma: 1 Light Rail Line:Operated by Sound Transit


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