Getty Center Monorail
|Getty Center Monorail |
(Getty Center Tram)
A train at the Getty Center station
|Type||Otis Hovair hovertrain|
|Locale||Los Angeles (California, USA)|
|Termini||Sepulveda Blvd (lower station)|
Getty Center (upper station)
|Rolling stock||6 cars|
|Line length||1.21 km (0.75 mi)|
|Number of tracks||1 (Monorail)|
The Getty Center Monorail, also known as Getty Center Tram, is an Otis Hovair monorail of the U.S. city of Los Angeles serving the Getty Center. It is an electric, cable-driven hovertrain, with a fleet of 6 people movers divided in 2 convoys of 3 cars each.
The line, located north of Brentwood, in the Westside Region of Los Angeles, links a freeway-level parking garage to the Getty Center, which includes the J. Paul Getty Museum. The duration of a ride is about 3 to 4 minutes and the distance is about 1.21 km (0.75 mi) .
The lower station (Sepulveda Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway. The upper station ( ), at the top of the hill, is located in the arrival plaza of the Getty Center and is part of the structure. The line follows Getty Center Drive and has a passing loop in the middle.), at the bottom of the hill, lies beside
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