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Definitions

  1. Stations are sited either adjacent to a railway line, or at the end of one (in which case they are said to form the terminus of the line).
  2. Stations were not allowed to stream the broadcast on their web sites.[ 47] Marv Albert and Boomer Esiason called the game for the network.
  3. Stations are all air-conditioned and platform screen doors (PSDs) are built to enhance safety.
  4. Stations are similarly long to accommodate these trains.
  5. Stations are often sited where a road crosses the railway: unless the crossing is a level crossing, the road and railway will be at different levels.

Italics

  1. Those stations in italics are not part of the main-line services run by Virgin Trains, receiving only local trains.
  2. Stations or station extensions that are proposed, under planning or under construction are shown in italics.

Elevated

  1. The total length is about 28.3 kilometers with 24 stations, of which 15 are underground, 8 elevated and one at ground level.
  2. Most of the line, including stations, was built elevated on reserved lands along the eastern side of Sha Tin and Ma On Shan.
  3. At train stations the railway is often at ground level or elevated.

Street Level

  1. Line 4 will have stations accessible from the street level by lift but people with wheelchair won't be able to use the underpasses when crossing a street.

Area

  1. At one time there were two other stations in the area.
  2. There are stations too at Merthyr Tydfil at the southeast corner of the area whilst Abergavenny to the east lies on the Newport to Hereford line.
  3. None of these stations exist now, and since 1979 the area has been served by one Partick station which combines rail, underground and bus services.

Blue Line

  1. The Blue line (Tunnelbana 3) has 2 line numbers and 20 stations: 19 subterranean (all rock) and one elevated station.
  2. Several of the stations (especially on the Blue line) are left with the bedrock exposed, crude and unfinished, or as part of the decorations.
  3. The Blue line has 20 stations: 19 subterranean and 1 surface stations.

Travel

  1. Since telephony traffic must travel over the IP network between gateways, stations, servers and proxies, there are plenty of places to attack.
  2. Northbound passengers for intermediate stations to London should travel by train to Three Bridges for replacement buses to Redhill.
  3. Hill Stations in India tend to be all underrated as places of visit and travel in the want of proper marketing and advertisement stratagems.

Commuters

  1. Apart from the large number of people on the trains, there would be thousands of commuters between stations (changing lines).
  2. At present, commuters need to travel 16 Metro stations before they can reach Kirti Nagar from Inderlok.
  3. For convenience of commuters, adequate number of escalators are installed at metro stations.

Docklands Light Railway

  1. Stations of London This is a list of mainline railway stations in London, excluding London Underground and Docklands Light Railway.
  2. An extension of the Docklands Light Railway over part of the North London Line will link the two stations.
  3. It does not include stations exclusively served by the London Underground, Tramlink and Docklands Light Railway.

West Croydon Station

  1. Even so, the two stations kept separate booking accounts until 1924.[20] The Croydon Canal ran for 9.5 miles (15.3 km) from what is now West Croydon station.

South Croydon

  1. It is one of three railway stations in the London Borough of Croydon with Croydon in their name, the others being West Croydon and South Croydon.

Airport Express

  1. This is a list of all the stations on the Airport Express.

Newscasts

  1. The station brands its newscasts as CTV News, in line with all of CTV's other owned and operated stations, using generic CTV News graphics.
  2. With the expansion of Citytv from two to five stations in August 2005, the newscasts on all five Citytv stations were renamed CityNews.
  3. Citytv stations originally had an intensely-local format based on newscasts aimed at younger viewers, nightly movies, and music and cultural programming.

Call Letters

  1. In October 2005, all CTV O&O stations stopped using their call letters, and now only use the main CTV logo.
  2. These stations are NOT licensed by the FCC and their call letters are entirely self-styled.
  3. All four stations refer to themselves on air as CTV, not by their call letters.

Network Rail

  1. All stations on the route are managed by c2c except Fenchurch Street, which is managed by Network Rail, and West Ham, which is managed by London Underground.

Passenger Services

  1. Passenger services are provided by Northern Rail and operate in the down direction to Stockport and stations to Manchester.
  2. Ruse has two railway stations for passenger services (Central and Razpredelitelna) and other 2 for freight transport services.

Island Line

  1. This is a list of all the stations on the Island Line.

Subterranean

  1. The system maintains a single forked line with 16 stations, out of which 8 are subterranean and 8 are surface stations.
  2. The system has three main lines and 100 stations, 47 of which are subterranean and 53 are above ground (surface and elevated) stations.

Red Line

  1. Additionally, these two stations will also be served by Red line of Kaohsiung Rapid Transit System when the line opened for revenue service in early 2008.
  2. The Red line (Tunnelbana 2) has 2 line numbers and 36 stations: 20 subterranean (four concrete, 16 rock) and 15 above ground stations.
  3. The system opened March 27, 1976 with 4.6 miles (7.4 km) available on the Red Line with five stations from Rhode Island Ave to Farragut North.

West Croydon Stations

  1. East Croydon and West Croydon Stations are only minutes away and nearly one hundred buses stop outside the Centre's Wellesley Road Entrance every hour.
  2. East and West Croydon stations are within walking distance and the excellent Tramlink network means you are well connected for both work and leisure.

West Croydon

  1. Southern and Southeastern trains run to London Bridge, East and West Croydon stations and urban and rural stations thereafter.
  2. There are six platforms in total: two through, two bay, and two Tramlink platforms for Tramlink route 2 services to East Croydon and West Croydon stations.
  3. Trains can go either way to East Croydon or West Croydon stations.

Kerala

  1. And while hill stations are all over the country and palm-fringed beaches too, the backwaters are unique to Kerala.
  2. Thrissur (Trichur) District of Kerala - site contains information on tourism, pilgrimage centers, nature tours, hill stations and temples of the district.
  3. The hill stations of Kerala are really different from other popular hill stations of India.

Depots

  1. In Britain, the infrastructure (track, stations, depots and signalling chiefly) is owned and maintained by Network Rail, a not for profit company.
  2. Railtrack Owners of most of Britain's railway infrastructure, including track, signalling, bridges, tunnels, stations and depots.
  3. This amounts to c.10,000 miles of track and more than 3,000 railway stations and depots.

Part

  1. Stations in italics are served by through trains but are not part of the Arun Valley Line.
  2. Both of these shows are broadcast on other stations in GCap Media's local radio portfolio, called The One Network, of which Invicta FM is a part of.
  3. Crow Road station was closed as part of the Beeching Axe along with other stations on the line it was part of.

Underground

  1. The Andrew system will encompass all underground stations and tunnels in five MTR lines and the Airport Express.
  2. In total the Metro will have a total of 70 kilometres (43.5 miles) of lines, and 42 stations (9 will be underground stations).
  3. The metro system consists of a Monorail, an Elevated Metro, and an Automated Metro with underground stations in the city centre.

Minutes

  1. Additional trains in peak hours gives a train every 5–6 minutes on most stations, with 2–3 minutes between trains on the central parts of the network.
  2. I would recommend tuning in to the indicated frequencies and stations a few minutes before the top of each hour to catch the sign on of the services.
  3. During Monday to Saturday daytime, there is a train every 30 minutes, calling at all stations except Edge Hill.

East Croydon

  1. The railway originally had two stations at Croydon, which were later renamed East Croydon (former L&BR) and West Croydon (former L&CR) respectively.
  2. There are services to London Victoria at peak times stopping at local stations to East Croydon then Clapham Junction before arriving at Victoria.
  3. Nearest station: The nearest stations are East Croydon, West Croydon and Thornton Heath, which are a bus or taxi ride to the hospital.

Metro Systems

  1. UrbanRail.Net (formerly called metroPlanet) – descriptions of all metro systems in the world, each with a schematic map showing all stations.

Metro System

  1. Dnipropetrovsk also has a metro system, opened in 1995, which consists of one line and 6 stations.
  2. The spacial concept of the stations is the only which is perceived by the passenger while moving in the city by a metro system.
  3. The fact that most of the stations are located on the surface makes the metro system more friendly for passengers with mobility problems.

Kuntsevskaya

  1. Two more stations were planned on the route, Slavyanskiy Bulvar and Kuntsevskaya.
  2. An exception is the Filyovskaya which has a longer surface section between Kievskaya and Kuntsevskaya with 7 above ground stations.

First Stations

  1. While the first stations were quite plain, the architecture of its new stations is often quite daring.
  2. The style of the station is reminiscent of the first stations of the Moscow metro.
  3. The first stations: an expanded Kuntsevskaya and Strogino opened in January 2008.

Elevators

  1. Currently, only seven stations have elevators.
  2. Currently, only six stations have elevators.
  3. All but three stations are without elevators.

Seven Stations

  1. Stations on the Market Street Subway There are a total of seven stations in the tunnel.
  2. In 1985, the FCC raised the television station ownership limit from seven stations with no more than five on VHF to twelve stations regardless of frequency.
  3. Newbridge is one of seven stations on the line.

Convenience Stores

  1. Services available at most stations include ATMs and 7-Eleven or Circle K convenience stores.
  2. Speedway SuperAmerica LLC is a brand name of a chain of combination gas stations and convenience stores in the United States of America.
  3. Concept Communications Company is a national distributor of products used by convenience stores, service stations, car washes and truck stops.

Subway Stations

  1. The subway stations in downtown Oslo are located under ground, but the rest of the stations in the suburbs are mostly on ground.
  2. MetroCard Vending Machines (MVMs) are machines located in all subway stations.
  3. The EasyCard can be recharged at convenience stores and subway stations.

Trains Stop

  1. Trains stop at all stations.[ 7] Lines do not share tracks, even at interchange (transfer) stations.
  2. The station is situated between South Ruislip and Northolt Park stations, however not all trains stop at all stations.
  3. The nearest major Railway Stations where long distance trains stop are Badagara, Thalasserry and Kannur.

Passengers

  1. Trains in those days, of course, had no toilets, so passengers had to use facilities at the stations while the train paused.
  2. The stations have high platforms, matching the floor height of the cars, allowing easy access to the trains for passengers with wheelchairs or pushchairs.
  3. By 31 May 1948 the stations on the line had all closed to passengers.

Passenger Traffic

  1. Several other railway stations in urban Beijing handle regular passenger traffic: Beijing North, Beijing East, Fengtai and other smaller stations.
  2. Some stations have been reopened to passenger traffic.

Smaller Stations

  1. Local Trains along main line Passenger services were provided to a number of smaller stations located along the main line.
  2. These trains call at the major stations only; there are many more smaller stations served by local and regional trains only.
  3. There are also 5 additional major train stations and a number of smaller stations for suburban lines.

Mtr

  1. Prepay all ferry, bus, and subway rides with an Octopus card, available at all MTR stations and at most convenience stores.
  2. The MTR Corporation invested heavily to develop large scale shopping centres around MTR stations.
  3. The balance can also be checked using a small machine near regular ticket machines in MTR stations.

Ticket Machines

  1. Examples: Ticket machines should be installed on the train if (for instance on a branch line) theres a lot of stations but only a small number of trains.
  2. The balance can also be checked using a small machine near regular ticket machines in MTR and KCR stations.
  3. Train stations usually include either ticket booths, or ticket machines.

Charing

  1. Ashford International – Charing Cross – two trains per hour – calling at all stations to Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, then fast to London Bridge.
  2. The new Charing Cross tube station created a new interchange, amalgamating the stations of Strand on the Northern Line and Trafalgar Square on the Bakerloo.
  3. Dartford – Charing Cross – two train per hour – calling at all stations via Greenwich.

Underground Stations

  1. In August 2002, MTR Corporation Limited made the decision to install platform screen doors (PSDs) at all underground stations of the running lines.
  2. All of the underground stations differ aesthetically, as 0.5% of the total construction budget of the stations was reserved for public art.
  3. However, some train stations of regular railways are in a tunnel, like the underground stations of metro systems.

Tickets

  1. Tickets are bought from vending machines in the stations.
  2. Tickets must be purchased before boarding the train from ticket vending machines at all stations or from ticket clerks at staffed stations.
  3. Tickets can be purchased from machines in the stations on a trip-by-trip basis or you can purchase multi-use Octopus cards at MTR ticket windows.

Main Stations

  1. West Croydon & South Croydon are the two other main stations in Croydon.
  2. In 2010 new ticket machines accepting notes and cards at all stations, and barriers at 13 main stations are being installed.
  3. Entering the area of Karaj with main stations at Bonyad-e Rang, Karaj and Mehrshahr.

London Underground

  1. Due to the lack of London Underground stations in the borough, South London has an extensive railway network, the busiest in London.
  2. Smoking anywhere on London Underground stations and trains is now illegal, and is punishable by a large fine.
  3. Charing Cross is served by two London Underground stations, one at each end: Charing Cross, and Embankment.

Three Stations

  1. It is one of three stations in the London Borough of Croydon with Croydon in their name, the others being West Croydon and South Croydon.
  2. It had eight stations, but by 2003 only three stations remained in use because the sorting offices above the other stations had been relocated.
  3. Sky News reported that a second explosion hit the Park Kultury station, three stations away on the same line, about 30 minutes later.

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