Green Line

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Santee Town Center (San Diego Trolley Station)
... It marks the eastern terminus of Green Line ... Prior to July 2005, all Orange Line trolleys used to end at this station ... With the introduction of the Green Line service, the Orange Line's terminus was truncated to Gillespie Field and later to El Cajon Transit Center ...
Sovereign Base Areas Customs - Overview
... in the Eastern Sovereign Base Area at the Green Line Border between the Republic of Cyprus and Turkish Controlled Area of the North of Cyprus ... these crossing points and the UN Buffer Zone remains along most part of the Green Line ...
CTA Pink Line - Initial Proposal
... guides elevated Chicago 'L' north and southbound Purple and Brown lines intersecting with east and westbound Pink and Green lines and the looping ... Pink and Green line elevated tracks crossing Franklin Street in the Loop The Lake Street Elevated bridge over the Chicago River at night. 54th/Cermak via the recently rebuilt Paulina Connector to the Lake Street Green Line, carrying Douglas branch trains to and around the elevated Chicago ...
Lee (RTA Green Line Rapid Transit Station)
... Lee is a station stop on the RTA Green Line in Cleveland, Ohio, USA ... The station has the same name as Lee station on the Blue Line ... The Blue Line station is located 1.0 mile (1.6 km) south on Van Aken Boulevard ...
Green Line - Other Uses
... Green Line Rivalry, an athletic rivalry between Boston College and Boston University An underground sanitary sewer main in the American Public Works Association utility location color code Green Line Records ... Green Stripe, a drawing by Henri Matisse ...

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