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.
Common features of transit diagram maps include evenly-spaced stations, color-coded lines, and routes shown at 45-degree angles.
Route Descriptions Each line of the Metro Cincinnati system is described in further detail on its own page: The Red Line runs north-south from Hamilton to Alexandria, via Fifth Street and the Fountain Square transit hub.
Use of a diagram map rather than a geographic map is common tool for wayfinding on rail transit systems, dating to the London Underground map designed by Henry Beck in 1931.
The Orange Line runs north-south from West Chester to Florence, via Vine Street and the Fountain Square transit hub.
The Dearborn County Recorder’s Office now has property records available online for citizens to search, dating back to the year 2000, via Doxpop.
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The County Recorder was the first office created by the Constitution of the State of Indiana in 1816.
The Recorder is elected to a four-year term, with a two-term limitation.