Important Monorail websites
- ALWEG website. A wonderful site about the history of the original concrete beam monorail, by Reinhard Krischer.
- ALWEG Bahn. In German, includes many new images from original test tracks.
- American Monorail Project. Organized to create a monorail industry in the USA.
- Bologna Marconi Express. Airport to rail station shuttle using solar power. (in Italian)
- Chiba Monorail. World's first dual-guideway Safege system, in Japanese.
- Chongqing Monorail. Mostly in Chinese. Many art renderings and construction photos of China's 1st Alweg-type monorail.
- Daegu Monorail. South Korea's first major monorail system.
- Dortmund Germany
- Düsseldorf Sky-Train. Siemens suspended monorail connects terminal, parking and rail.
- Futrex System 21. Monobeam system, one-third scale test track developed.
- Innovative Transportation Technologies. Dedicated to all types of unique transportation modes, including Monorails of course!
- Jacksonville Skyway. Bombardier UMIII monorail system in Florida coastal city.
- Japan Monorail Association. In Japanese.
- Kitakyushu Monorail. Official site of first high-floor monorail system, in Japanese.
- Lartigue Monorailway. History of the Ballybunion-Listowel system and featuring the restored train and track.
- Las Vegas Monorail. Official site of the Bombardier M-VI system.
- Monorail Society YouTube Channel. Video; lots of it!
- Newark AirTrain. Monorail link from Newark International Airport to Amtrak station.
- Okinawa Monorail. Newest monorail in Japan (in Japanese).
- Osaka Monorail. Japanese site with some good pictures.
- Qom Monorail - Mapna Group Qom Monorail - Kayson Inc.Iran's first major monorail system.
- RUF System. Drive a special car onto monorail track and speed to your destination.
- Seattle Center Monorail. Seattle's classic Alweg.
- Shonan Monorail. World's first Safege monorail system.
- Tama Monorail. Alweg-based system that has negotiates very interesting terrain. In Japanese.
- Tokyo Disney Resort Line. The largest Disney monorail trains in the world.
- Tokyo Monorail. In English and Japanese. Includes some terrific pictures.
- Tokyo Monorail webcam. Located at Haneda International Terminal.
- Wuppertal Schwebebahn. Official website of the classic suspended railway.
- Wuppertal Schwebebahn. Behind the scenes images from Peter Bosbach.
- Wuppertal Schwebebahn-Daniel A. Rehbein. Wonderful assortment of photos in several sizes, including behind-the-scene shop pictures.