Purple Line

Purple Line may refer to:

Read more about Purple Line:  Public Transit Lines, Other Uses

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Metro Purple Line - Service Description - Route
... The Metro Purple Line begins at Union Station ... passengers can connect to the Metro Silver Line bus rapid transit line, and the Metro Gold Line ... The Purple Line travels southwest through Downtown Los Angeles, passing the Civic Center, Pershing Square (near the Historic Core) and the Financial District ...
Lahore Rapid Mass Transit - Design - Purple Line
... The Purple Line would have joined the Green line, at Date Darban and the Orange Line, at Lakshami, to the Allama Iqbal International Airport ...
Purple Line - Other Uses
... Purple Line (ceasefire line), the 1967 ceasefire line on the Golan Heights, which became the effective border between Israel and Syria "Purple Line", a ...
CTA Purple Line
... The Purple Line of the Chicago Transit Authority is a 3.9-mile (6.3 km) branch line on the northernmost section of the Chicago 'L' rapid transit network ... In September 2012, the average weekday boardings on the Purple Line was 45,036 ... The Purple Line operates weekdays 4 a.m ...
Metro Purple Line - Service Description - Duplicate Service On Wilshire
... The Purple Line runs underground below Wilshire Boulevard, where it is served on the surface by Metro Local route 20 and Metro Rapid route 720 ... also due to the low ridership of the Purple Line as stated above), as both routes, which run frequent service, operate from downtown Los Angeles ...

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