A transit map for all of California!
The California Rail Map shows 500+ destinations you can reach right now on the train or connecting bus or ferry.
It includes rail lines of the following agencies: Amtrak, BART, Muni, VTA, Caltrain, Altamont Commuter Express, Sacramento Regional Transit, NCTD, San Diego Trolley, LA Metro, and Metrolink. Key bus and ferry connections between services are also shown on the map.
16"x21" or larger is recommended for legibility.
Note that while the Zazzle page displays the image with a slight gray, the actual poster has a white background just like the images here.
California Rail Map Design Team
Alfred Twu, Adora Lo, Alannah Tomich, Alysha Higgins, Claire Costello, Eva Kalea, Daniel Kronovet, Kimi Schell, Liz Felker, Matthew Fiorello, Naomi Sorbet, Robert Cheifetz, Yuki Takahashi, Brooke Marino, and Xander Lenc.
This map is free for personal and noncommercial use under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CC-BY-NC) Commercial licenses are available for $100, please contact Alfred at mail -at- firstcultural.com for details.
Efforts have been made to verify all lines and stations, but service is subject to change. We highly recommend checking your route before going on a trip.
Bay Area Bicycle Law
(Bicycle Accident Lawyers)
Richard L. Silver
Richard Kutscher, .Vitality Consultant
Tierra Tech Corporation
Allpar.com, Yuki Takahashi, Ryan Lovett, Rishi V. Gupta, Max Anikstein, Matt Senate, J David Eisenberg, Eric P. Scott, Christian O. Sy, Chris Markiewicz, Ayeh Bandeh-Ahmadi
Featured in Steel Wheels, the RailPAC Newsletter!
An 11x17 printout is available in the Jan/Feb issue of Steel Wheels, the Rail Passenger Association of California (RailPAC) newsletter.
The new California High Speed Rail is being built to connect to existing transit hubs. An expansion of local transit is also taking place, so by the time the bullet trains roll, there will be even more connections available!
One map showing all current services on the East Coast from Maine to North Carolina.
A composite of high speed rail proposals from various agencies and advocacy groups. Posters, bags, and shirts available!