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Old Posted Aug 6, 2011, 7:59 AM
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Source: http://greatergreaterwashington.org/

Various Washington DC maps

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Almost exactly a year after the previous post in this thread...

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Visit: http://transitmaps.tumblr.com/

Interesting critiques of a variety of transit maps, past and present, from around the world.
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Wow, surprising lack of 15 minute bus service in DC. But intersting map, maybe I should 5 or 10 minute map for Toronto area.

I have reuploaded my fantasy map for Toronto because link I apparentl posted 4 years ago is a long time, plus a much older version. Here it is:

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Old Posted Aug 11, 2012, 5:51 PM
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I would love to see a transit system like that in the GTA. It is so needed!
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Interesting critiques of a variety of transit maps, past and present, from around the world.
It's good. I dunno, the author is a bit perfectionist. Sometimes I can see what the map creator was going for with some of the weirdo ones. Also I don't like information overload maps.
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Old Posted Aug 26, 2012, 8:12 PM
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What bugs me about that site isn't that the author is a perfectionist, it's that he applies wildly different standards depending on... I don't know, what day of the week it is, maybe.
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Old Posted Aug 29, 2012, 3:20 PM
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Bike count as transit. Here's another one:

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I hope that's a rough draft...
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I'm sure that most colourblind people will appreciate that red-green colour palette very much.
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work in progress by me and a friend in SD: all rail transit and major bus connections in California

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Old Posted Oct 12, 2012, 10:30 PM
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A work in progress. This is a couple days old, it looks much better now.
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This is a city I did many years ago.



The projected highways construction or extension & Ring road completion.


A little bit of fun with photofiltre lol


This city above, is the Capital of a country I started to draw.

Here's the map with the national flag, and the ''Districts'' with their own numbers.
(It's a country with two communities : French and german )


The work in progress.


Thats all for the moment. Thanks for looking.
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A work in progress: it's really just a whole bunch of loose-leaf paper that succeeded in being more interesting than my math class last year. I scanned and stitched them together with Sketchbook Pro and though I could (should) continue it from my Tablet PC, I don't... Maybe if I run into another boring class, I'll take it up again!



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Cod Port Subway Map

Cop Port is a fictional I drew up in 1987. I started a subway map in power point after looking at this page. Does any one know how to find the hand drawn maps thread? I found the thread originally in 2006.


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My fantasy St Louis Metrolink Map is still up, but its smaller now :/

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2014 edition of the Northeast US Rail Map, showing the Northeast Corridor, commuter trains, and other services. Main change from the 2013 edition is the new Metro Silver Line in DC.

www.northeastrailmap.com

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Well done.

One of these days, DC Multiverse comics fans will likely be trying their hand at inserting their own visions of places like Metropolis, the Gotham-Bludhaven corridor, Ivy Town, Opal City, etc. into that mix.
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