California

Fresno
Fresno Sky Train, a grassroots movement to bring a 6 line high speed monorail system to Fresno.



   Photo courtesy Magnus Stomfelt
 


Los Angeles
Light Rail, Subway, People Mover, Proposed Monorail

  • Metropolitan Transport Authority - MTA Home Page
  • Private Home Page for LA Rail
  • Union Station by Elson Trinidad - LA geared
  • Art in the LA Metro
  • The Green,Red and Blue Lines
  • The Getty Center Shuttle (people mover), an article from Elevator World
  • Another image of the Getty Shuttle from the Getty Center Site
  • Gale Edward Vandeventer's Electric Railways of Los Angeles
  • Wilshire Center monorail proposal

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    The Pacific Electric subway is no longer in existence, but here are a few good sites about it from some urban explorers

  • Harry Marnell's PE subway site
  • Elson Trinidad's PE Subway site.
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    Mountain View
    Planned PRT





    Sacramento

    Official Home Page




    Photo courtesy of Rob van der Bijn at Light Rail Atlas

    San Diego
    San Diego Trolley home page (unofficial)
    Yet another San Diego Trolley unofficial home page



    San Jose
    Article from the Modern Transit Society


    San Francisco

  • San Francisco Chronicale article about the new BART extension to SFO Airport
  • BART home page
  • Muni home page from San Francisco CitySpan
  • News and links on BART, Muni and many other area transit authorities. A wealth of links, thanks to Joe Simpson
  • SNAP SHOTS of SAN FRANCISCO
  • Muni Home
  • Third Street Light Rail
  • The Market Street Railway Co.
  • Kenji Hojo's Market Street Railway Co.
  • Web Castro's The F Line
  • Redesign of the Bay Bridge to include rail transit, from the Modern Transit Society. Also includes some great old traction images.
  • The proposed G-Line for the Muni
  • The following four images are courtesy Joe Simpson.

    Santa Clara

  •  Valley Transportation Authority Home Page
  • SCVT home page from transitinfo.org
  • Southern California Transit Information Page
    Transit Rider has some great info on rolling stock for California subways and LRTs