Light Rail on the Web

Mass transit is building up a fairly prominent presence on the web, and herewith a collection of sites you can check out and learn how Austin's efforts toward light rail stack up against other cities:
    • Capital Metro
      Honestly, Cap Met's own WWW site isn't very good, and there's almost nothing on it right now about light rail. Good to bookmark, though, in case someone over on Fifth Street does decide to use the site for the purposes it was intended ...

For general transportation issues, try these links to a variety of sites, many of which overlap:

For other cities with light rail, these are all official transit authority sites:

These are miscellaneous sites and pages dealing with existing light rail systems:

Here's some cities that are exploring light-rail issues (again, these are official sites):

And these are miscellaneous sites and pages:

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