The Reservation Monorail is one of the few modern technological items used by the ler; other transportation in the Reservation is on foot or by oxcart or horseback.

Its track covers the Reservation in a lopsided figure-eight, the north loop tending to the northwest and the south loop to the southeast. Two trains run in the same direction approximately twelve hours apart, both of them taking about a day to cover the entire loop.

The monorail is operated by the Gruzen Braid.