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Paso de San Antonio/San Antonio South is a stop for Southbound trains only along South 2nd Street. Trains run along the right-hand side of the one-way street, opening their doors on the left to a transit platform shared with buses, not along the regular sidewalk. The station is modern (and was rebuilt since the its opening on June 17, 1988) with three different step-up 'platforms' for the low-floor LRVs, two of these have a silver canopy structure with San Antonio South written in Silver letters. The platform starts at the pedestrian mall Paso de San Antonio and run south, with a continuous sidewalk between trains and buses (which have a bus lane).
All Photos: 20 February, 2012

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A canopy with the silver San Antonio South lettering
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LRV #956B curves a block south of the station onto 2nd Street, on the other ROW
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LRV #956A to Winchester crosses First Street and the Northbound track
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