Monthly Archives: March 2014

An Interesting Failure

This was an attempt to create a future map of the Washington Metro, and in some respects, an update to this juicy bit of speculative goodness. (You could prob’ly tell, what with the purple streetcar lines, the brown circle line, … Continue reading

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An Experiment

Here’s the METRORail long-term plan rendered in the style of the DC Metro map, because why not.

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New Map

Here’s a map of the Baltimore Metro, from some alternate universe where (a) they built the whole thing all at once instead of in fits & starts, and (b) the state of Maryland invested a bit more in the commuter … Continue reading

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A Fictional Map for a Different Fictional City

Unofficial part of this. I always imagined New Auckland as kind of like Zurich, architecturally, so hopefully this map will do it some justice. Tried something a little different with the connections box this time around, dunno if it works.

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