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Curtner is an intermediate stop in the middle of Guadalupe Parkway. The station is the northernmost one to open on the final parkway extension all the way to Santa Teresa, plus the branch to Almaden that opened on April 25, 1991. The station consists of a single island platform in the middle of the parkway that is elevated in this area above local crossings. The platform has two canopy structures with tiled column walls that have Curtner in white on a brown background. Exits are at each end of the station. The northern end has an exposed staircase only down to the southern sidewalk of Curtner Avenue. At the southern end there is a narrow up escalator, staircase, and elevator on the opposite side, accessed by a narrower walkway at platform level. These lead to a pedestrian underpass under only the southbound (western side) lane of the freeway that are exposed slightly to daylight from an on-ramp. These lead to a pedestrian plaza. To the south of here is the station's four-stop bus loop, along with a large 474 space park and ride lots that extend to Canoas Garden Avenue.
All Photos: 12 June, 2013

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Stepping off a train at Curtner
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LRV #922B for Santa Teresa begins to leave
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LRV #922B leaves
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The mosaicwork for Curtner and Exit errors
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The Curtner information panel
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The main southern exit to the transit center has an escalator
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And leads to a wide-plaza pedestrian exit under the freeway
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Approaching the gates for the parking lot
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The park and ride lot and bus loops
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The main Curtner entrance
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The escalator and walkway to the elevator
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The northern staircase to the secondary exit
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Looking down the staircase streight to the sidewalk of Curtner Avenue
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Last Updated: 29 May, 2016
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