A skyview of Manhattan with overlayed subway and rail lines. 7 Subway Extension, the first phase of the Second Avenue Subway, and East Side Access included.
London Underground line services with New York-esque designations.
Based on a map by Maxwell J. Roberts.
Proposal for Belgrade Metro in six phases. Metro lines in red, blue, and yellow, suburban rail lines in orange and purple, independent light rail lines in green and pink.
Submission - Aerial Photo Transit Map of Portland, Oregon
Submitted to the Transit Maps Facebook page by Taylor Gibson. While nowhere near as complex as the New York system featured previously, it’s still an interesting look at a successful rail transit system.
For those unfamiliar with Portland, the thicker lines (Yellow, Green, Blue and Red — shown here as pink for visual clarity, I think) are the MAX light rail, while the thinner aqua and lime green lines are the Portland Streetcar, which has recently expanded to the eastern side of the Willamette River (the top half of this photo).
Eventually, the aqua “Loop” streetcar line will cross back over to the western side of the Willamette at the extreme right of this photo via the new transit-only bridge that is currently being constructed. The bridge will also carry buses, pedestrians, cyclists and the new Orange MAX line.
(Photo Source: DubbaG/Wikipedia — Creative Commons License)
Sky view of New York City and its rapid transit network.
Original panorama photograph by Dennis Dimick.