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.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
The Tampa Bay Area, including Tampa, Clearwater, and St Petersburg, is home to over 4 million people, and represents another colossal urban complex without any existing rapid transit (barring the heritage TECO streetcar line). Its six lines provide connections to two Amtrak stations, as well as the Orlando regional rail system (coming soon).