Over 50,000 people use the Hoboken Terminal daily, making it one of New York's major transportation hubs. Located on the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey, the terminal is served by nine New Jersey Transit (NJT) commuter rail lines, one Metro-North Railroad line, various NJT buses and private bus lines, the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail, the Port Authority Trans Hudson (PATH) rapid transit system and NY Waterway-operated ferries.
The Alvarado Transportation Center (ATC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a central hub for city busses, the Greyhound bus station and the state rapid transit system, called "Rail Runner." The railroad cars are decorated with the New Mexico's mascot bird, the Road Runner.
Long before there was light rail, buses or subways, trains pioneered the concept of mass transit. The railroad system was vital to the development of the United States -- and one man in Owatonna does not want us to forget its place in history.
The Minnesota Commercial has one of the most interesting rosters. This small shortline does local work and interchanges around the St. Paul and Minneapolis area. Here a private night shoot was put around their shops area in Prospect Park. From left to right is the #84, a B39-8 (ex-LMX), the #1983, a B23-7 (ex-Conrail), and the #83, a RS18U (ex-CP). Photo: taken with permission and releases. Photo: taken with permission and releases.
Los Angeles Railway Systems - 1906. The Travel and Hotel Bureau of Los Angeles printed this map for visitors in 1906. At this time, a tourist would have been able to see much of downtown LA by rail. Multiple systems crisscrossed the city and offered access to suburban points of interest.