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|Getty Center Tram|
|Locale||Los Angeles (California, USA)|
|Termini||Sepulveda Blvd (lower station)|
Getty Center (upper station)
|Rolling stock||6 Otis Hovair vehicles|
(2 trains of 3 cars each)
|Line length||0.75 mi (1.21 km)|
|Operating speed||14 mph (23 km/h)|
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.
The lower station (Sepulveda Boulevard and the San Diego Freeway and features a refuge siding. 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, although the two trains can operate independently.), at the bottom of the hill, lies beside
- "Getty Center Tram - Los Angeles, CA USA". Waymarking.com.
- Krueger, Christopher (July 14, 1988). "Tram System Proposed for J. Paul Getty Center". Los Angeles Times.
- 24563086 Getty Center Tram on OpenStreetMap
- Simon, Richard (August 11, 1995). "The Art of Getting to the Getty Will Have Visitors Floating on Air". Los Angeles Times.
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