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Between the King Drive and Fort Mitchell stations, this line parallels the Orange Line and runs express, making limited stops.
This line serves the Kings Island theme park, Xavier University, the University Medical District, the University of Cincinnati, Paul Brown Stadium, the Great American Ballpark, downtown Covington, and the International Airport.
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Rapid transit provides fast travel times over longer distances on a fully grade-separated right-of-way, while the streetcars serve as circulators within neighborhoods and as feeders to rapid transit lines.
Commuter and intercity rail operates on existing mainline railroad tracks, and provides service between Union Terminal and a number of other cities within the region.Rapid Transit Routes With the exception of the Silver Line (an express shuttle between Union Terminal and the airport) each rapid transit line provides direct access to the downtown business district and at least one transfer point to every other line.It is therefore possible to travel from one station to any other station with a maximum of one transfer.This line provides service to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the University Medical District, the University of Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine, Paul Brown Stadium, the Great American Ballpark, and downtown Covington.The Gold Line runs north-south from Mason to the Greater Cincinnati – Northern Kentucky International Airport, via Vine Street and the Fountain Square transit hub.(The Chicago ‘L’ system, by contrast, has five stations named “Western”, three of them on the same line.) The rapid transit lines are color-coded as follows: To the greatest extent possible, routes were chosen that utilize existing transit infrastructure and rights-of-way.