wow asked in TravelUnited StatesSan Francisco · 1 decade ago

futuristic monorail system in albany berkeley el cerrito kensington?

what do people think of a futuristic monorail system that could connect albany berkeley el cerrito and kensington all together,in some portions it could run underground such as solano and then other portions like pacific east mall and arlington streets it could run above ground?

Update:

lines could go up san pablo down to gilman through terrace park, st marys college and then hopkin shopping district, also there could be a line that could go to colusa circle and another line that goes on arlington all the way to moeser and has a stop on ardemore also a stop at colusa circle

Update 2:

here are the diffrent lines and stations

red line

point richmond(terminus)

pacific east mall

solano/pierce

solano/san pablo

solano/santa fe

solano/colusa

marin circle

arlington/ardemore

arlington/moeser

arlington perk(terminus)

BLUE LINE

albany bulb(terminus)

golden gate fields

research center

jackson/buchannan/uc village

city hall

solano stations same as red line

colusa/portland

colusa circle

fairmount/ashbury

el cerrito plaza(terminus)

orange line

san pablo/cutting

san pablo/moeser

el cerrito plaza-connection to blue line

san pablo/solano-connection to red and blue lines

city hall-connection to blue line

san pablo/gilman

gilman/santa fe/masonic

terrace park

st mary's college

hopkins st shopping area

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    It would certainly be convenient. But how/who is going to pay for it? BART already connects those cities and there's not enough ridership on BART as it is, so don't think enough peo-ple will be riding your mono to pay for it once established.

    Nice dream though.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well, it didn't work-out when they tried it in Ogdenville, North Haverbrook, and Brockway so I'm not sure how effective it would be in the East Bay.

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