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Indianapolis Bus Map

Here’s a map of the Indianapolis bus network as it will (ideally) look sometime around the middle of next decade, because talking about Indy’s buses has become fashionable, suddenly. Sources are this poster of the envisioned network, and individual maps … Continue reading

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You Lower the IQ of the Whole Street

I. ‘Twixt Daleville and Chesterfield It’s the lull before the storm. Tomorrow, the plan-making & general getting-everything-sorted-ening for the summer (& fall) begin in earnest. Now, though, I can take stock of what’s soon going to happen. Two big things … Continue reading

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New Thing ZOMG

I made a different version of this map some months ago, but it really sucked. (DIN, bright green, and 12-pt stroke widths do not mix.) I’m happier with this one. Not sure if the angled type is a good idea, … Continue reading

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My Weekend Will Probably Be Worse Than Yours

At 5:30 AM on Saturday, a dear friend of mine will drive me to the bus station here in Muncie, whereupon I shall commence an epic journey back to the Keystone State. To wit: From Muncie, I hop on a … Continue reading

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Questions, Questions

Exactly what it says on the tin. Deliberately ripped off the masterful 1979/1980 SEPTA map for this one. In fact, this map here dates from about the same time. Of course, you and I both know Indianapolis hasn’t had trams … Continue reading

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The most typical small town in America.

I found myself waiting for the bus at the Wal-Mart again. I hate going to Wal-Mart. I hate having to ride the bus to get to Wal-Mart. And I especially hate waiting for the bus home at the Wal-Mart, having … Continue reading

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