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Ive been on Toronto subway a long time ago, i don't remember when or what line but i did on it, I also been on a Streetcar (The CLRV) but i can't remember the street


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North America:

 

Completed:
Amtrak (100% of 21,000 network)

Brightline - Florida
NJ TRANSIT rail and light rail

MTA Metro-North Railroad

MTA Long Island Rail Road

PATH - Port Authority Trans Hudson

GCRTA - Cleveland Light Rail (Blue/Green/Waterfront Lines) and Heavy Rail (Red)

WMATA - Washington Metrorail

MARC - Maryland Rail Commuter

VRE - Virginia Railway Express

Detroit People Mover

NCTD Coaster Commuter Rail

Minneapolis Metro Transit Light Rail + Northstar Commuter Rail

Norfolk Tide Light Rail

Seattle Monorail

Tampa Ybor City Streetcar

Los Angeles MTA Subway

CalTrain - Northern California Commuter Rail

ACE - Altamont Corridor Express

 

Substantial Progress (~50% or more)

VIA Rail Canada (50-55% of entire network)

CTA - Chicago "El"

SEPTA - Regional Rail + MFL/BSS/NHSL

RTD - Denver Light Rail

MAX - Portland Light Rail

Link - Seattle Light Rail

BART - Bay Area Rapid Transit

Miami Metrorail

South Florida Tri-Rail

NORTA New Orleans Streetcars

St. Louis Metrolink Light Rail

Vancouver SkyTrain

Utah FrontRunner + TRAX + Streetcar

TTC Toronto Subway + Scarborough RT

Montreal Metro

Baltimore Metro Subway & Light Rail

Los Angeles Light Rail

San Francisco MUNI Cable Cars

Miami Metromover

 

Sampling of System (1% to ~50%)

 

Chicago Metra Commuter Rail

Los Angeles Metrolink Commuter Rail

San Francisco MUNI Trolley

SEPTA Trolley

GO Transit (Toronto)

Miami Metrorail

Atlanta MARTA

Toronto TTC Streetcars

 

Japan

(few if any system completions, but many substantial sections of the below completed)

 

80%+ of entire Shinkansen Network across all operators (everything EXCEPT Morioka to Shin Hakodate-Hokuto, Shin-Tosu to Kagoshima-Chuo and Fukushima-Shinjo)

JR East Tokyo Commuter Rail & Limited Expresses

JR Central Limited Express

JR West Kansai Commuter Rail & Limited Express

JR Kyushu Commuter Rail

Tsukuba Express

Wakayama Electric Railway

Hakone Tozan Railway

Tokyu Electric Railway

Keio Electric Railway

Odakyu Electric Railway

Hankyu Commuter Rail

Tokyo Subway

Kyoto Subway

Fukuoka Subway

Tsugaru Railway

 

Europe

 

London Underground

London Overground

Docklands Light Rail

Eurostar

Paris RER

Paris Metro

TGV (East line)

ICE

Munich S-Bahn, U-Bahn and Trams

Switzerland - Rhatische Bahn

Switzerland - CFF/FFS

 

I feel like I'm missing some, and this generally doesn't include airport connector systems (unless, for instance, you point out that MSP uses the Metro Transit light rail as the primary connection between their two terminals)



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North America:

 

Completed:
Amtrak (100% of 21,000 network)

Brightline - Florida
NJ TRANSIT rail and light rail

MTA Metro-North Railroad

MTA Long Island Rail Road

PATH - Port Authority Trans Hudson

GCRTA - Cleveland Light Rail (Blue/Green/Waterfront Lines) and Heavy Rail (Red)

WMATA - Washington Metrorail

MARC - Maryland Rail Commuter

VRE - Virginia Railway Express

Detroit People Mover

NCTD Coaster Commuter Rail

Minneapolis Metro Transit Light Rail + Northstar Commuter Rail

Norfolk Tide Light Rail

Seattle Monorail

Tampa Ybor City Streetcar

Los Angeles MTA Subway

CalTrain - Northern California Commuter Rail

ACE - Altamont Corridor Express

 

Substantial Progress (~50% or more)

VIA Rail Canada (50-55% of entire network)

CTA - Chicago "El"

SEPTA - Regional Rail + MFL/BSS/NHSL

RTD - Denver Light Rail

MAX - Portland Light Rail

Link - Seattle Light Rail

BART - Bay Area Rapid Transit

Miami Metrorail

South Florida Tri-Rail

NORTA New Orleans Streetcars

St. Louis Metrolink Light Rail

Vancouver SkyTrain

Utah FrontRunner + TRAX + Streetcar

TTC Toronto Subway + Scarborough RT

Montreal Metro

Baltimore Metro Subway & Light Rail

Los Angeles Light Rail

San Francisco MUNI Cable Cars

Miami Metromover

 

Sampling of System (1% to ~50%)

 

Chicago Metra Commuter Rail

Los Angeles Metrolink Commuter Rail

San Francisco MUNI Trolley

SEPTA Trolley

GO Transit (Toronto)

Miami Metrorail

Atlanta MARTA

Toronto TTC Streetcars

 

Japan

(few if any system completions, but many substantial sections of the below completed)

 

80%+ of entire Shinkansen Network across all operators (everything EXCEPT Morioka to Shin Hakodate-Hokuto, Shin-Tosu to Kagoshima-Chuo and Fukushima-Shinjo)

JR East Tokyo Commuter Rail & Limited Expresses

JR Central Limited Express

JR West Kansai Commuter Rail & Limited Express

JR Kyushu Commuter Rail

Tsukuba Express

Wakayama Electric Railway

Hakone Tozan Railway

Tokyu Electric Railway

Keio Electric Railway

Odakyu Electric Railway

Hankyu Commuter Rail

Tokyo Subway

Kyoto Subway

Fukuoka Subway

Tsugaru Railway

 

Europe

 

London Underground

London Overground

Docklands Light Rail

Eurostar

Paris RER

Paris Metro

TGV (East line)

ICE

Munich S-Bahn, U-Bahn and Trams

Switzerland - Rhatische Bahn

Switzerland - CFF/FFS

 

I feel like I'm missing some, and this generally doesn't include airport connector systems (unless, for instance, you point out that MSP uses the Metro Transit light rail as the primary connection between their two terminals)

 

Damn......... Talk about dedication

 

You cannot one up this guy, he's like the final boss battle of public transit


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Damn......... Talk about dedication

 

You cannot one up this guy, he's like the final boss battle of public transit

Gimme 10 years and we'll see :P



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London

Paris

Amsterdam
Rotterdam
Lisbon
Copenhagen

Prague

Budapest
Athens
Bangkok
Singapore
Hong Kong
Sydney
Adelaide
Montreal
 



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North America:

 

Completed:
Amtrak (100% of 21,000 network)

Brightline - Florida
NJ TRANSIT rail and light rail

MTA Metro-North Railroad

MTA Long Island Rail Road

PATH - Port Authority Trans Hudson

GCRTA - Cleveland Light Rail (Blue/Green/Waterfront Lines) and Heavy Rail (Red)

WMATA - Washington Metrorail

MARC - Maryland Rail Commuter

VRE - Virginia Railway Express

Detroit People Mover

NCTD Coaster Commuter Rail

Minneapolis Metro Transit Light Rail + Northstar Commuter Rail

Norfolk Tide Light Rail

Seattle Monorail

Tampa Ybor City Streetcar

Los Angeles MTA Subway

CalTrain - Northern California Commuter Rail

ACE - Altamont Corridor Express

 

Substantial Progress (~50% or more)

VIA Rail Canada (50-55% of entire network)

CTA - Chicago "El"

SEPTA - Regional Rail + MFL/BSS/NHSL

RTD - Denver Light Rail

MAX - Portland Light Rail

Link - Seattle Light Rail

BART - Bay Area Rapid Transit

Miami Metrorail

South Florida Tri-Rail

NORTA New Orleans Streetcars

St. Louis Metrolink Light Rail

Vancouver SkyTrain

Utah FrontRunner + TRAX + Streetcar

TTC Toronto Subway + Scarborough RT

Montreal Metro

Baltimore Metro Subway & Light Rail

Los Angeles Light Rail

San Francisco MUNI Cable Cars

Miami Metromover

 

Sampling of System (1% to ~50%)

 

Chicago Metra Commuter Rail

Los Angeles Metrolink Commuter Rail

San Francisco MUNI Trolley

SEPTA Trolley

GO Transit (Toronto)

Miami Metrorail

Atlanta MARTA

Toronto TTC Streetcars

 

Japan

(few if any system completions, but many substantial sections of the below completed)

 

80%+ of entire Shinkansen Network across all operators (everything EXCEPT Morioka to Shin Hakodate-Hokuto, Shin-Tosu to Kagoshima-Chuo and Fukushima-Shinjo)

JR East Tokyo Commuter Rail & Limited Expresses

JR Central Limited Express

JR West Kansai Commuter Rail & Limited Express

JR Kyushu Commuter Rail

Tsukuba Express

Wakayama Electric Railway

Hakone Tozan Railway

Tokyu Electric Railway

Keio Electric Railway

Odakyu Electric Railway

Hankyu Commuter Rail

Tokyo Subway

Kyoto Subway

Fukuoka Subway

Tsugaru Railway

 

Europe

 

London Underground

London Overground

Docklands Light Rail

Eurostar

Paris RER

Paris Metro

TGV (East line)

ICE

Munich S-Bahn, U-Bahn and Trams

Switzerland - Rhatische Bahn

Switzerland - CFF/FFS

 

I feel like I'm missing some, and this generally doesn't include airport connector systems (unless, for instance, you point out that MSP uses the Metro Transit light rail as the primary connection between their two terminals)

I call foul on some of these: Eurostar, TGV, ICE, and the Shinkansen network are definitely NOT "Subways/Metros/Monorails". Also RER and "London Overground" debatably not

Still, wow!.



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London Underground
London Overground
Beijing Subway
Manchester Metrolink

Japanese Shinkansen (Tokaido + Sanyo lines)
Eurostar (UK-France)
West Coast Main Line (UK)
East Coast Main Line (UK)
Boston MBTA
Las Vegas Monorail
HS1

Liverpool Merseyrail
France High-speed rail (HGV)
Tyne and Wear Metro
New York MTA
Update April 12, 2022 - Amtrak Northeastern Regional 

Update April 12, 2022 - Washington WMATA



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New York City metro (MTA)

MBTA metro (Boston)

Washington DC metro

UTA (Utah Transit Authority)

Chicago "L" metro

Amtrak

Detroit Subway

Disney World Monorail

Seattle Subway

Muni Metro (San Francisco)

JFK Airtrain

Philadelphia (SEPTA) Subway

Orlando Airport APM

Denver Airport AGTS


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New York City metro (MTA)

MBTA metro (Boston)

Washington DC metro

UTA (Utah Transit Authority)

Chicago "L" metro

Amtrak

Detroit Subway

Disney World Monorail

Seattle Subway

Muni Metro (San Francisco)

JFK Airtrain

Philadelphia (SEPTA) Subway

Orlando Airport APM

Denver Airport AGTS

same! minus detroit, seattle, and philadelphia


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San Francisco BART

San Francisco Muni

Disneyland Monorail

SFO Airtrain

Caltrain

Amtrak California Zephyr

San Diego MTS Trolley

Amtrak Pacific Surfliner



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A bit of a long list for me. As a flight attendant and railfan, I've been pretty productive...

North America: Boston T, NYC Subway, NY/NJ PATH, Newark City Subway, Philadelphia SEPTA subway/subway surface/suburban, Hudson Bergen Light Rail, Camden Trenton Light Rail, Philadelphia PATCO, Baltimore Metro, Washington Metro, DC Streetcar, Norfolk Light Rail, Atlanta MARTA, Miami Metro and people mover, Dallas Dart, New Orleans streetcar, St. Louis Metro, Chicago L, Kenosha Streetcar, Pittsburgh PAT, Seattle Link, Tacoma Link, Seattle Streetcar, Portland MAX, Portland Streetcar, Sacramento Light Rail, San Francisco MUNI, BART, SF Cable cars, San Jose light rail, LA Metro, San Diego Trolley, Vancouver SkyTrain, Toronto subway, Montreal Metro, Ottawa O Train, Mexico City Metro, Mexico City Tren Ligero.
 
Europe: Lisbon Metro, Porto Tram, Madrid Metro, Madrid Cercanias, Malaga Metro, Malaga Cercanias, Seville Metro, Seville Tram, Seville Cercanias, Barcelona Rodalies, Barcelona Tram, Barcelona Metro, Bordeaux Tram, Paris Metro, Paris RER, Paris Tram, Mulhouse Tram, Strasbourg Tram, London Underground, London Overground, London Thameslink, Liverpool Merseyrail, Glasgow Subway, Glasgow Suburban,  Edinburgh Tram, Gent Tram, Antwerp Tram, Brussels Metro/Premetro/Tram, Rotterdam Metro, Rotterdam/Den Haag Ranstad Rail, Amsterdam Metro, Amsterdam Tram, Oslo TBane, Oslo Tram, Helsinki Tram, Helsinki Metro, Helsinki Suburban rail, All 7 systems in Stockholm, Copenhagen Metro, Copenhagen S-tog, Hamburg U/S, Hannover U, Berlin U/S/T, Kassel T, Frankfurt U/S/T, Nuremburg U/S, Munich U/S/T, Frankfurt U/S/T Koln U/S, Wuppertal Schwebebahn, Dusseldorf U/S, Zurich S/T, Milan Tram, Milan Metro, Milan Suburban, Rome Metro, Rome Suburban, the three Rome railways, whatever they are called... Prague Metro, Prague Tram, Vienna U/S/T/Lokalbahn, Athens Tram, Athens Metro. 

South America: Rio Metro, Rio Supervia, Rio Tram, Rio Santa Teresa Tram, Sao Paulo Metro, Sao Paulo Suburban rail, Buenos Aires Subte, Buenos Aires Suburban, Buenos Aires Premetro. 

Australia: Sydney Trains, Sydney Light Rail, Melbourne Metro, Melbourne Tram, 

Asia: Bangkok Skytrain, Bangkok MRTA, Bangkok Airport line, Singapore MRT, Singapore LRT. 

Airport circulators in JFK, EWR, ATL, DFW, SFO, DEN, SEA, MEX, MCO, DTW, FCO, CDG, SIN, 



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A bit of a long list for me. As a flight attendant and railfan, I've been pretty productive...

North America: Boston T, NYC Subway, NY/NJ PATH, Newark City Subway, Philadelphia SEPTA subway/subway surface/suburban, Hudson Bergen Light Rail, Camden Trenton Light Rail, Philadelphia PATCO, Baltimore Metro, Washington Metro, DC Streetcar, Norfolk Light Rail, Atlanta MARTA, Miami Metro and people mover, Dallas Dart, New Orleans streetcar, St. Louis Metro, Chicago L, Kenosha Streetcar, Pittsburgh PAT, Seattle Link, Tacoma Link, Seattle Streetcar, Portland MAX, Portland Streetcar, Sacramento Light Rail, San Francisco MUNI, BART, SF Cable cars, San Jose light rail, LA Metro, San Diego Trolley, Vancouver SkyTrain, Toronto subway, Montreal Metro, Ottawa O Train, Mexico City Metro, Mexico City Tren Ligero.
 
Europe: Lisbon Metro, Porto Tram, Madrid Metro, Madrid Cercanias, Malaga Metro, Malaga Cercanias, Seville Metro, Seville Tram, Seville Cercanias, Barcelona Rodalies, Barcelona Tram, Barcelona Metro, Bordeaux Tram, Paris Metro, Paris RER, Paris Tram, Mulhouse Tram, Strasbourg Tram, London Underground, London Overground, London Thameslink, Liverpool Merseyrail, Glasgow Subway, Glasgow Suburban,  Edinburgh Tram, Gent Tram, Antwerp Tram, Brussels Metro/Premetro/Tram, Rotterdam Metro, Rotterdam/Den Haag Ranstad Rail, Amsterdam Metro, Amsterdam Tram, Oslo TBane, Oslo Tram, Helsinki Tram, Helsinki Metro, Helsinki Suburban rail, All 7 systems in Stockholm, Copenhagen Metro, Copenhagen S-tog, Hamburg U/S, Hannover U, Berlin U/S/T, Kassel T, Frankfurt U/S/T, Nuremburg U/S, Munich U/S/T, Frankfurt U/S/T Koln U/S, Wuppertal Schwebebahn, Dusseldorf U/S, Zurich S/T, Milan Tram, Milan Metro, Milan Suburban, Rome Metro, Rome Suburban, the three Rome railways, whatever they are called... Prague Metro, Prague Tram, Vienna U/S/T/Lokalbahn, Athens Tram, Athens Metro. 

South America: Rio Metro, Rio Supervia, Rio Tram, Rio Santa Teresa Tram, Sao Paulo Metro, Sao Paulo Suburban rail, Buenos Aires Subte, Buenos Aires Suburban, Buenos Aires Premetro. 

Australia: Sydney Trains, Sydney Light Rail, Melbourne Metro, Melbourne Tram, 

Asia: Bangkok Skytrain, Bangkok MRTA, Bangkok Airport line, Singapore MRT, Singapore LRT. 

Airport circulators in JFK, EWR, ATL, DFW, SFO, DEN, SEA, MEX, MCO, DTW, FCO, CDG, SIN, 

thats alot of places!


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Helsinki metro



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Metrorail (south africa)

airport trains of DOH and MCO

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