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Paso de San Antonio/San Antonio North is a stop for Northbound trains only along South 1st 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 North 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). Just south of the station, the northbound tracks leave their southbound counterparts in the median of San Carlos Street. The tracks crossover each other when they separate meaning trains using quasi-left hand running through downtown San Jose with the tracks a block apart. An additional switch allowing the trains to turn-around and loop in downtown is present but not used in regular revenue service.
All Photos: 20 February, 2012

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Silver San Antonio North lettering
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LRV #954B stops on a one-car train with room on the platform for two more cars
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The three sets of Light rail boarding platforms, only two are covered
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A covered and uncovered Light Rail boarding platforms that align with doors
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The standard station name signs say Paseo de San Antonio
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Last Updated: 28 May, 2017
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