Category Archives: baltimore

Baltimore Metro, Again

I cannot articulate in enough detail precisely how badly Baltimore screwed up building its Metro/LRT system. The original plan from the 1960s is incredible. We can quibble about some of the details, but it had good bones and would have … Continue reading

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Baltimore RER Line 1 Strip Map

This is a thing based off that Baltimore RER crayon map I did a long time ago, which I wanted to update for a long time because (a) the crayon I have in mind for the Baltimore-Washington area looks substantially … Continue reading

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A Quick Note on Venue Access

Once in a great while, I go to concerts. Here’s what the experience of actually getting to the concert venue is like. For the record: the venues themselves and the shows played therein were all excellent. Sydney Opera House, Sydney, … Continue reading

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Baltimore RER

Companion map to the DC RER thing. The Metro network implied here is slightly different to what’s shown in that other Baltimore Metro map I did so very long ago; Line F is no longer a diesel shuttle from Cockeysville … Continue reading

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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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