Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and city of license.
Stations are arranged in alphabetical order by state and city of license.
Stations are arranged alphabetically by state and by community of license.
Currently many of CBSTS' stations, especially CBS outlets, use a common look in branding. Most of the group's CBS stations brand themselves under the "CBS [Channel number]" format (e.g. WCBS-TV, CBSTS' flagship station on channel 2, brands itself as "CBS 2"). This is the same practice as many other O&O groups across the U.S. Only five CBS-owned stations do not use such a branding convention.
Stations are listed in alphabetical order by state and city of license.
The system's largest and busiest station is Xinjiekou, the transfer station between Lines 1 and 2, with 24 officially marked exits and a floor dedicated to retail and commercial activities. Xinjiekou attracted 158,200 passengers on New Year's Eve in 2015 and 130,500 daily passengers in 2016 during China's week-long National Day holiday. The metro stations in Nanjing South Railway Station and Nanjing Railway Station carried 102,000 and 99,800 daily riders respectively during the same holiday period. Other high-ridership stations include Daxinggong, Sanshanjie, Fuzimiao, Gulou, and Xiamafang.
All stations located in Maryland, unless otherwise noted.
The Nanjing Metro operates 159 stations across eight lines, with 106 stations on the system's five urban lines and 56 along its two S-lines. Among these are transfer stations to China's high-speed rail and conventional passenger rail network, as well as Nanjing's tramway and international airport. Additionally, the metro's expansion plans consist of one urban rail and three suburban rail lines opening within the next five years, expanding the system by an additional 64 stations, with transfer stations counted once per line.
AM and FM stations with an asterisk are also available on digital (DAB+) radio
The following table lists the name of each station; the line the station is located on; the services (1 through 6); the date the station opened, and, if applicable, closed; the average daily number of boarding passengers in 2001 and 2002 (except for stations on the Ring Line, where the figures are from 2007); the distance from Stortinget; and the grade—whether the station is underground, built-in or above ground (at-grade). Seven stations function as transfer stations between lines. Seven stations allow transfer to the Oslo Tramway, and two stations allow transfer to the national rail network. The list excludes planned stations, but includes former stations that have been closed.
Listed for each of the 270 stations are the line(s) serving it, local authority and the fare zone in which it is located, the date it and any earlier main line service opened, previous names and passenger usage statistics in millions per year.
Four FM radio stations are part of this program:
The following is a list of stations that have been opened, are under construction or where the plans have been finalized.
This is the list of 76 active Amtrak stations in California as well as those in advanced stages of planning and construction. This list does not include stations that are served only by Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach and not Amtrak trains.
This list gives the name of each station, the lines serving the station, the quarter and the fare zones, in which it is located, and the date or dates opened. All stations are located in the fare zone Greater Hamburg Area. Included are all stations currently open on the Hamburg U-Bahn.
All stations are located in Pennsylvania, unless otherwise noted. Stations located within the City of Philadelphia are additionally distinguished by neighborhood or area as noted on the official SEPTA map. Accessible stations are noted with the icon.
There are 87 underground stations and 18 premetro stations.
Stations of Ferrocarril del Nordeste (North Eastern line):
Various stations have been operated as subsidiaries of Virgin Radio and/or Absolute Radio over time but are no longer provided. These include:
Specially constructed Y stations undertook direction finding on wireless transmissions. This became particularly important in the Battle of the Atlantic where locating U-boats was vital. Admiral Dönitz told his commanders that they could not be located if they limited their wireless transmissions to under 30 seconds, but skilled D/F operators were able to locate the origin of their signals in as few as six seconds.