List of rail transit systems in the United States
This is a list of the operating passenger rail transit systems in the United States. This list does not include intercity rail services such as the Alaska Railroad or Amtrak and its state-sponsored subsidiaries. "Region" refers to the metropolitan area based around the city listed, where applicable.
|Galveston||Texas||Galveston Island Trolley||Island Transit||Heritage streetcar||December 2019||Formerly operated from 1988 to 2008.|
|Tempe||Arizona||Tempe Streetcar||Valley Metro||Tram||Autumn 2020|
|Orange County||California||OC Streetcar||Orange County Transportation Authority||Tram||2021|
|Maryland||Purple Line||Maryland Transit Administration||Light rail||2022|
|Honolulu||Hawaii||Honolulu Rail Transit||Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation||Light metro||2020||Full line to open in segments through 2025|
|Dallas||Texas||Silver Line||Dallas Area Rapid Transit||Commuter rail||2022|
|Redlands||California||Arrow||Southern California Regional Rail Authority||Commuter rail||2022|
- List of rail transit systems in North America
- List of rapid transit systems (includes other countries)
- List of tram and light rail transit systems (includes other countries)
- List of streetcar systems in the United States (all-time list, streetcar/interurban/light rail only)
- Urban rail transit
- Commuter rail in North America
- Light rail in North America
- Streetcars in North America
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