What would rapid transit systems in other U.S. cities look like, using pre-existing tracks? See Introduction post for the rules. Thanks to Beno's map creator tool which I used for the schematics.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Alabama's largest city, Birmingham currently doesn't have any rapid transit system (though a downtown streetcar has been proposed). The metro area population of over 1,100,000, with large population spread throughout the connected regional towns. The dreamed-of system has five lines which converge on the downtown station, which also provides connection to Amtrak with service to New Orleans, Atlanta, Washington, and New York.