CityRail

railcars was delivered. "CityRail to have Explorers too" ''Railway Digest'' May 1992 "Endeavours Enter Service Only Days After Launch" ''Railway Digest'' May 1994 These replaced Class 620 720 (New South Wales 620 720 class railcar) railcars, Class 900 (New South Wales 900 800 class railcar) railcars and locomotive hauled stock. In May 2000 the Airport & East Hills line (Airport and East Hills railway line) opened.<

Hunter railcars entered service. In February 2009

the Epping to Chatswood railway line opened with shuttle services. being integrated into the Northern line service in October 2009. In July 2011 the first Waratah (Sydney Trains A set) trains entered service to replace the S sets (Sydney Trains S set).


Miyagi Prefecture

University *Sendai University *Sendai Shirayuri Women's College *Tohoku University *Tohoku Gakuin University *Tohoku Bunka Gakuen University *Tohoku Institute of Technology *Tohoku Fukushi University *Tohoku Seikatsu Bunka College *Tohoku Pharmaceutical University *Shokei Gakuin University *Ishinomaki Senshu University Transportation Train *JR East (East Japan Railway) **Tohoku Shinkansen ** Tohoku Main Line Tohoku Line

**Joban Line **Senseki Line **Senzan Line **Ishinomaki Line **Rikuu East Line **Ofunato Line * Sendai Municipal Subway (Sendai Subway) Nanboku Line (Nanboku Line (Sendai)) * Abukuma Express Railway * Sendai Airport Railway Roads Expressways and toll roads *Tohoku Expressway *Yamagata Expressway *Sanriku Expressway *Sendai East Road *Sendai North Road *Sendai South Road National highways *Route 4 (Nihonbashi of Tokyo– Kasukabe

'''Izumi-ku''' 泉区 is the northernmost ward (Wards of Japan) of Sendai (Sendai, Miyagi), in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. Although Izumi-ku is mostly a residential area, it is also home to several college campuses; and companies such as Alps (Alps Electric Co.), Freescale Semiconductor, and Toppan have a large presence in the Izumi Parktown Industrial Park. The is a local rail line in Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway


Mariehamn

, Rauma (Rauma, Finland), Oulu. There is passenger traffic from Helsinki and Turku, which have ferry connections to Tallinn, Mariehamn and Stockholm. The Helsinki&ndash;Tallinn route, one of the busiest passenger sea routes in the world , has also been served by a helicopter line. Port logistics prices were among the lowest in OECD. Vuosaari harbour is the largest container port after completed in 2008. There is passenger traffic from

companies. Finnlines passenger-freight ferries to Gdynia, Poland, Travemünde, Germany and Rostock, Germany are also available. St Peter Line offers passenger ferry service to Saint Petersburg several times a week. * Jakobstad, Finland * Mariehamn, Åland Mariehamns stads vänorter. * Eslöv, Sweden * 35px link European route E16 (File:Tabliczka E16.svg) – : Derry

Cruiseferry align "Center" 1991 align "Center" 1991 Helsinki–Mariehamn–Stockholm 58,376 GT - The Swedish rail system is called SJ (SJ AB); it has slower-speed trains throughout the country and faster X2000 trains connecting the major cities. Connection by rail is possible to Norway and Denmark; connections to Finland are by bus, due to rail gauge differences. It's possible to take Silja Line Silja


Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

*Mont-Royal (Mont-Royal (provincial electoral district)) Transport thumb The Canora (AMT) Canora station (File:Canora AMT Sta.jpg) on the AMT (Agence métropolitaine de transport)'s Deux-Montagnes line (Deux-Montagnes Line (AMT)). Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is served by two lines and ten stations of the Montreal Metro. There are seven stations in the borough on the Orange line (Line 2 Orange (Montreal Metro)): the Vendôme (Vendôme (Montreal Metro)) and Villa

-Maria (Montreal Metro) Villa-Maria stations in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, and the Snowdon (Snowdon (Montreal Metro)), Côte-Sainte-Catherine (Côte-Sainte-Catherine (Montreal Metro)), Plamondon (Plamondon (Montreal Metro)), Namur (Namur (Montreal Metro)) and De La Savane (De La Savane (Montreal Metro)) stations in Côte-des-Neiges. The borough is served by four stations on the Blue line (Line 5 Blue (Montreal Metro)), all of which are in Côte-des-Neiges: Snowdon, Côte-des-Neiges (Montreal

Metro) Côte-des-Neiges , Université-de-Montréal (Université-de-Montréal (Montreal Metro)) and Édouard-Montpetit (Édouard-Montpetit (Montreal Metro)). The borough is currently served by two stations on four lines on the Agence métropolitaine de transport's commuter rail (Commuter rail in North America) network. The Vendôme (Vendôme (AMT)) station, in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, is served by three lines, the Vaudreuil-Hudson line (Vaudreuil-Hudson Line (AMT)), the Blainville–Saint


Umeda

● JR Kobe Line, Osaka Loop Line) *Kitashinchi Station (JR Tōzai Line) Hankyu Railway *Umeda Station (over 550,000 passengers a day) (Kyoto Line (Hankyu Kyoto Line), Kobe Line (Hankyu Kobe Line), Takarazuka Line (Hankyu Takarazuka Line)) Hanshin Railway *Umeda Station (Main Line (Hanshin Main Line)) Osaka Municipal Subway *Umeda Station ( Midosuji

Line , M16) *Nishi-Umeda Station (Yotsubashi Line, Y11) *Higashi-Umeda Station (Tanimachi Line, T20) There are over 2.3 million passengers a day at these stations. They rank fourth busiest in Japan. Establishments around Umeda 500px thumbnail center The Ekimae office towers along Midosuji Blvd. and Umeda Shinmichi (File:Umeda Shin-michi.jpg) Aside from being a major business district in Osaka, Umeda offers a large selection of shopping, entertainment, and nightlife

) Kyobashi Station . Rail Greater Osaka has an extensive network of railway lines, comparable to that of Greater Tokyo. Main rail terminals in the city include, Umeda, Namba, Tennoji, Kyobashi, and Yodoyabashi. JR Central and JR West operate high-speed trains on the Tōkaidō (Tōkaidō Shinkansen)-Sanyō Shinkansen line. Shin-Ōsaka Station is the Shinkansen terminal in Osaka


Gresham, Oregon

is water. The total area includes parts of Fairview Creek and Johnson Creek (Johnson Creek (Willamette River)). Climate

Census . U.S. Census Bureau. As of 2000 the median income for a household in the city was $43,442, and the mean income for a family was $51,126. Males had a median income of $37,701 versus $27,744 for females. The per capita income for the city was $19,588. About 8.4% of families and 12.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 17.2% of those under the age of 18 and 6.7% of those 65 and older. ;2005-2007 American Community Survey Estimates *83.9% - White

-Barlow , and Reynolds (Reynolds School District (Oregon)). Mount Hood Community College is also located in Gresham. Transportation Highways Gresham is accessed from Interstate 84 (Interstate 84 in Oregon) and U.S. Route 26 (U.S. Route 26 in Oregon). Mass transit


State Transit Authority

South Wales Category:Bus transport in New South Wales Category:Government agencies of New South Wales Category:Transport in New South Wales Category:Zero-fare transport services Category:1989 establishments in Australia Transport Waterloo is serviced by State Transit Authority Sydney Buses routes to the Sydney CBD. Green Square underground railway station (Green Square railway station), on the Airport line (Airport railway line) of the City Rail network

in Sydney The West Kensington via Surry Hills Line operated from 1881 down Crown St as far as Cleveland St as a steam tramway. It was extended to Phillip St in 1909, Todman Ave in 1912, and then to its final terminus down Todman Ave in 1937. When the line was fully operational it branched from the tramlines in Oxford St and proceeded down Crown St to Cleveland St in Surry Hills, then south along Baptist St to Phillip St, where it swung left into Crescent St before running south along Dowling St

. It passed the Dowling St Depot, then tuned left into Todman Avenue, where it terminated at West Kensington (Kensington, New South Wales). The line along Crown Street closed in 1957, the remainder stayed open until 1961 to allow access to Dowling St Depot. Sydney Buses (State Transit Authority) routes 301, 302 and 303 (300 series bus routes, Sydney) generally follow the route down Crown and Baptist Sts as far as Phillip St. David R. Keenan. ''CITY LINES'' of the Sydney Tramway


Port Moody

spike driven at Craigellachie on November 7, 1885 and a train arriving at Port Moody the next day. The first scheduled passenger transcontinental train arrived on July 4, 1886, a date which is still celebrated during Golden Spike Days. Real estate prices soared, but soon fell flat when a branch line was built to Vancouver in 1887. While many people lost a great deal of money and moved on, others, including real estate tycoon and ship captain, James A. Clarke, and several lumber mills

; Tim Savoie, Director of Development Services; Angie Parnell, Manager of Human Resources. Council meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month in Council Chambers (Inlet Theatre, 100 Newport Drive). They begin at 7 pm, are broadcast live on the City's website and are later broadcast on Shaw Cable 4 at 9:00 am the following Saturday. Climate

the Tri-City News. Transportation As part of Metro Vancouver, Port Moody is connected to the TransLink (TransLink (British Columbia)) public transit system by way of numerous bus routes. It also has the first station on the West Coast Express commuter rail line outside downtown Vancouver. Construction is also underway on the Evergreen Line (Evergreen Line (TransLink)), a spur of TransLink's LRT system that will link Port Moody to various stations in Coquitlam to the east


Gore, New Zealand

are the nearest cities. The urban area estimated resident population at the , the second largest in Southland. Gore is a service town for the surrounding farm communities. It is divided by the Mataura River into Gore and East Gore, the majority of the town being situated on the western banks of the river. The Main South Line railway from Dunedin to Invercargill runs through the town

, though passenger services ceased in 2003. Gore was once a busy railway junction; the Waimea Plains Railway ran west to connect with the Kingston Branch (Kingston Branch (New Zealand)) in Lumsden (Lumsden, New Zealand), while the Waikaka Branch connected with the Main South Line nearby in McNab. One of New Zealand's most famous preserved trains is the Kingston Flyer, which takes its name from a passenger express that once ran between Kingston and places south, but never

, Temperature graph, Climate table url http: en.climate-data.org location 5724 publisher Climate-Data.org accessdate 2 September 2013


Ahuntsic-Cartierville

. Cartierville grew as a suburb when it became in 1898 the north terminus of the Montreal Park and Island Railway tramway line, also known as the "17-Cartierville". Named in the honor of Sir George-Étienne Cartier, it became a village officially in 1906. During December 1912, it achieved city status. Two years later, the rural and agricultural part of Cartierville was granted independence from the city and was then known as Ahuntsic-Cartierville#Ville de Saraguay Ville de Saraguay

schools in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville. EMSB elementary schools include: John Caboto, Cedarcrest, Parkdale and St. Dorothy. Infrastructure thumb Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal Sacré-Coeur Hospital (File:Hopital Sacre Coeur Mtl.JPG). Transport Ahuntsic-Cartierville is served by three stations on the north-eastern part of the Montreal Metro's Orange line (Line 2 Orange (Montreal Metro)) which runs underneath Berri Street. Henri-Bourassa (Montreal Metro

) Henri-Bourassa station located on Henri Bourassa Boulevard, Sauvé station (Sauvé (Montreal Metro)) located on Sauvé Street, and Crémazie station (Crémazie (Montreal Metro)) located on Crémazie Boulevard. The borough is also served by one commuter rail (Commuter rail in North America) station of the Agence métropolitaine de transport. Bois-de-Boulogne station (Bois-de-Boulogne (AMT)) on the Saint-Jérôme line (Saint-Jérôme Line (AMT)) is located on Henri Bourassa Blvd


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