Aspera Transportation Commission (ATC)
The Aspera Transportation Commission (ATC) is the municipal agency responsible for running the subway, streetcar, light rail and bus systems in the city of Aspera, Kanitario. The agency allows the city to make over 2 million trips every day.
--- Subway ---
First running in 1948, the ATC Subway system is renowned for its cleanliness and reliability.
--- Streetcars ---
Aspera first got streetcars in 1862, when the Anchor Bay Street Railway started operations with horse-drawn cars. The first electric streetcars began running in 1892, under the Anchor Bay Electric Railway. A number of companies have existed, including the Anchor Bay Civic Railway, Anchor Urban Railway and Anchor Bay Metropolitan Railroad. The Aspera Transit Authority (ATA) took over in 1922.
Streetcars were planned to be abandoned in the 1970s, after they'd vanished from many other Archantan cities. However, the ATC stepped back and instead began to grow the network, recognizing the cultural significance to the city.
Today, 12 lines are operated, mostly in downtown.
--- Buses ---
A large, comprehensive bus network has been establishes across the city.
--- Light Rail ---
Beginning in 1989, new LRT lines began to spring up in the city. To date, four have been built.