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, December 1, 2015
This system of half a dozen lines contributes to the dreamed-of mobility of Ohio's capital and largest city. The convergence of lines downtown misses the core central business district by a few blocks, but does hit several redeveloping locations along the riverfront. There aren't many long-distance connections here, since the lines don't get close enough to the main commercial airport and there's no regional rail system in the city (apparently, Columbus is the 3rd largest U.S. city without Amtrak).