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Modesto Rapid Transit

Back in June, when I did the California make-me-crayon-a-map poll, I had my own ideas about which map would produce the most interesting network, and, well, here we are. Lines K, M, and N are on the old Tidewater Southern … Continue reading

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Santa Barbara Rapid Transit

Another map created by poll. These are a lot of fun to do because the networks are smaller and they’re less of a headache to work on. Usually. Line B around the airport was a pain because somebody had the … Continue reading

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Lehigh Valley Metro

In an attempt to remember why I liked drawing transit maps in the first place, I asked the internet to pick a mid-size city for me to crayon a metro network for. The hivemind picked Allentown, and this is the … Continue reading

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A Slightly Better Spoorkaart

I was in the Netherlands in December, and had a very good time. People rightfully rhapsodize about the country’s bicycle- and pedestrian-friendliness and well-developed rail transport network. However, the country’s official railway map does that annoying thing where it’s less … Continue reading

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Lagos Metro Main Line Strip Map

This is a strip map of one of the lines in Alon Levy’s spectacular Lagos Metro crayon map, which I’ve wanted to do a proper map of basically since it came out but haven’t been able to come up with … Continue reading

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Docklands Light Railway Strip Map

The DLR hit the big three-oh recently and got a shiny new map with different shades of teal on it. It sucks. So I went and made one of my own. Notes: Diamond Geezer Blogger Bloke liked that the new … Continue reading

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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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