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Old Town Transit Center

The Old Town Transit Center is an intermodal transportation station located in the Old Town neighborhood of San Diego, California. It is served by the San Diego Trolley, Coaster commuter rail, Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner, as well as numerous San Diego Metropolitan Transit System bus lines; the Old Town Transit Center was built in the early 1990s, San Diego Trolley's North/South Line was extended here on June 16, 1996. In November 1997, the line, renamed the Blue Line, was extended into Mission Valley; when the Green Line service was introduced with the opening of the Mission Valley East extension on July 10, 2005, the Blue Line's northern terminus was pushed back to this station, which served as the Green Line's western terminus. During a system redesign on September 2, 2012, as part of the Trolley Renewal Project, MTS extended the western terminus of the Green Line from this station to 12th & Imperial Bayside Terminal and shortened the Blue Line's northern terminus to America Plaza; the Special Event Line was eliminated.

The Old Town Transit Center hosts passenger trains operating on Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner intercity rail route and on the San Diego Coaster commuter rail line. Of the 22 weekday Amtrak Pacific Surfliner trains operating in San Diego, 18 of them stop at the Old Town Transit Center, though the Surfliner trains operating at Old Town do not offer checked luggage service, stop at Old Town to board passengers or detrain passengers only, respectively. Amtrak ridership at Old Town Transit Center has exploded over the last two years. In Fiscal Year 2011, there were just 22,867 detrainings at Old Town. In Fiscal Year 2012, boardings and detrainings at Old Town rose to 61,118, a 167% increase over FY2011; as of Fiscal Year 2013, the Amtrak ridership figure has continued to rise, to 135,749 boardings and detrainings, a further 122% increase over FY2012. Of the 74 California stations served by Amtrak, the Old Town Transit Center was the 25th-busiest in Fiscal Year 2013, boarding or detraining an average of 372 passengers daily.

Old Town Transit Center is a light rail station on the San Diego Trolley's Green Line. This station served as that line's terminus, until a system realignment on September 2012 extended the Green Line though Old Town to Downtown San Diego. Once the Trolley's Mid-Coast extension is completed, the Blue Line will be re-extended through this station to serve the University City area, so the Blue Line will once again serve Old Town by 2021. In July 2015, a 30-year naming rights agreement between MTS and UC San Diego Health was announced. Old Town operates as a bus transit center for San Diego Metropolitan Transit System's routes 8, 9, 10, 28, 30, 35, 44, 88, 105, 150. There is an underground pedestrian tunnel linking bus terminals on both sides of the station with the trolley/train areas. Old Town is served by university shuttles for University of California, San Diego and University of San Diego; the station is located at the intersection of Rosecrans Street/Taylor Street and Pacific Highway, adjacent to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.

Free parking for up to 24-hours is available in the Transit Center lots. List of San Diego Trolley stations San Diego - Old Town, CA – Amtrak COASTER Stations Old Town Transit Center Old Town San Diego Amtrak Station Old Town San Diego State Historic Park San Diego-Old Town --Great American Stations

Syrnolinae

Syrnolininae is a subfamily of minute parasitic sea snails, marine heterobranch gastropod molluscs in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies. According to the taxonomy of Ponder & Lindberg, this was one of eleven recognised subfamilies in the family Pyramidellidae. In the taxonomy of Bouchet & Rocroi, this subfamily comprises the subfamily Tiberiinae, downgraded to the rank of tribe Tiberiini. Subfamily Syrnolinae Saurin, 1958 Tribe Syrnolini Saurin, 1958 Tribe Tiberiini Saurin, 1958 - subfamily Tiberiinae Genera in the subfamily Syrnolinae include:tribe Syrnolini Adelactaeon Cossmann, 1895: now belongs to the family Amathinidae Agatha A. Adams, 1860 Amathis A. Adams, 1861 Colsyrnola Iredale, 1829 Costosyrnola Laws, 1937 Cricocolphus Weisbord, 1962 Derjuginella Habe, 1958 Iphiana Dall & Bartsch, 1904 Adelactaeon Saurin, 1958 Orinella Dall & Bartsch, 1904 Pachysyrnola Cossmann, 1907 Ptycheulimella Sacco, 1892 Puposyrnola Cossmann, 1921 Rissosyrnola Nomura, 1939 Stylopsis A. Adams, 1860 Styloptygma A. Adams, 1860 Syrnola A. Adams, 1860 - the type genus of the tribe Syrnolini Syrnolina Dall & Bartsch, 1904 Tibersyrnola Laws, 1937 Tropaeas Dall & Bartsch, 1904tribe Tiberiini Tiberia Monterosato, 1875 - There is only one genus in the tribe Tiberiini