THE GS TRAM SITE
SALT LAKE CITY
UTAH, UNITED STATES
The network after the opening of the extension to Salt Lake Central Station (Intermodal Hub).
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL
NORTHERN NEW JERSEY
SALT LAKE CITY
SEATTLE - TACOMA
GS Web Site Home
I created the above map by overlaying an OpenStreetMap (OSM) map with my own data. Copyright on the OSM map is
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Please note that the OSM map used as a template for this map corresponds to the situation at the time the map was downloaded and may show features that did not exist at the time
the GS Tram Site is supposed to show. In particular, it may show bridges and highways that were built later.
LIGHT RAIL ROUTES
Operator: UTA (Utah Transit Authority)
||Sandy-Salt Lake Line
||Sandy Civic Center - Murray Central - Meadowbrook - Central Pointe - Courthouse - City Center - Salt Lake Central Station
||University Medical Center - Stadium - Library - City Center - Salt Lake Central Station
||Sandy Civic Center - Murray Central - Meadowbrook - Central Pointe - Courthouse - Library - Stadium - University Medical Center
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Streetcars (first-generation): (horse-powered) 24 June 1872 - ?; (electric) 8 Aug. 1889 - 19 Aug. 1945
- Streetcars (second-generation): 7 Dec. 2013 - today.
- Light rail: 4 Dec. 1999 - today.
- First-generation streetcars: ? mm.
- Second-generation steetcars: 1435 mm.
- LRT: 1435 mm.
- Mac Sebree, B. "Salt Lake City - Trams for the Olympics", Tramways & Urban Transit, Nov. 1998 (61: 731), p.420-423.
- Simons, V. "Salt Lake City update - Where Sugar meets Salt for Utah LRT", Tramways & Urban Transit, Sept. 2014 (77: 921), p.396.
- Vigrass, J.W. "Salt Lake City: TRAX is US's newest light rail line", Tramways & Urban Transit, March 2001 (63: 759), p.93-95.
- Vigrass, J.W. "Salt Lake City: US's newest light rail line", Tramways & Urban Transit, Feb. 2001 (63: 758), p.56-58.
- Vigrass, J.W. "TRAX: US's newest light rail network", Tramways & Urban Transit, Apr. 2001 (63: 760), p.138-139.
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