Streetcar Scale Comparison

Adelaide
Adelaide map
Atlanta
Atlanta map
Blackpool
Blackpool map
Buenos
Aires
Buenos Aires map
Canberra
Canberra map
Charlotte
Charlotte map
Christchurch
Christchurch map
Cincinnati
Cincinnati map
Dallas
Dallas map
Denver
Denver map
Detroit
Detroit map
El Paso
El Paso map
Gold Coast
Gold Coast map
Hong Kong
Hong Kong map
Houston
Houston map
Iskandariyya
Iskandariyya map
Kansas
City
Kansas City map
Kolkata
Kolkata map
Little
Rock
Little Rock map
Medellín
Medellín map
Melbourne
Melbourne map
Memphis
Memphis map
Mendoza
Mendoza map
Milwaukee
Milwaukee map
Newcastle AU
Newcastle AU map
New Orleans
New Orleans map
Oklahoma
City
Oklahoma City map
Philadelphia
Philadelphia map
Phoenix
Phoenix map
Portland
Portland map
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro map
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City map
San Francisco
San Francisco map
Santos
Santos map
Seattle
Seattle map
Sydney
Sydney map
Tacoma
Tacoma map
Tampa
Tampa map
Toronto
Toronto map
Tucson
Tucson map
Washington
Washington map
Yerushalayim
Yerushalayim map

Thick lines represent running in streets or with uncontrolled or light-controlled grade crossings; thin lines represent thru-running onto sections with grade-separations or crossing gates. Other frequent rail lines are shown in light gray, ferries in cyan. All lines shown run at least every 20 minutes during the day on weekdays as of the end of 2019.
Scale: = 10 km (30 CSS pixels per km)

Please send any corrections or questions to threestationsquare at gmail dot com.

See also: rapid transit timelines - miscellaneous timelines and maps

By Alexander Rapp (CC-BY-SA) based on map data by OpenStreetMap contributors and historical sources.