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Center line, centre line, or variant, may refer to:
- Centerline, an engineering drawing symbol, stylized by an overlapping C and L (℄)
- One of the road surface marking, which divides traffic lanes moving in opposite directions
- The center of the right-of-way of any transportation corridor upon which engineering measurements are initially made
- One of the airport markings on tarmac
- CenterLine (OCTA), failed light-rail project in Orange County, California
- Centerline (nautical), the dividing line between port and starboard sides of a ship or boat
- Centreline, a bus service in Manchester, England later rebranded as Metroshuttle
- Red line (hockey), the center line (US English) or centre line (Canadian English) marked on an ice rink
- Centre line (football), a set of positions on an Australian rules football field
- Centre-Line Party, former name of the Australian Democrats political party
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