Do you guys remember when I interviewed the founder of the “Bullet Map”, the map with all of NYC’s transit lines under one map? Well, now you can donate money by going to his Kickstarter campaign, and, if successful, there will be posters and an app available of the Bullet Map.
Below is the original interview for those not in the know, and I can now confirm that the Subway lines are now color sensitive!
In the last #ThePlusInMetsPlus, I talked about how traveling can be a hassle as it is, and to some, navigating the worlds fourth largest city seems like an impossible task, but if you study the subway map enough, you’ll be able to find some tricks and shortcuts that gets you to your final destination must faster.
But, first, I need to brag a little bit. I absolutely love the subway, as a kid, it was one of my top two favorite passions, along with Mets Baseball, and frankly still is. Also, I have a virtual map of the New York City Subway in my head, and I mean that. You could ask me how to get from Ditmas Avenue to Wakefield-241 st, or any other combination, and I’d be able to tell you the best subway route. However, keep in mind that I said: “Subway route,” which is due to the…
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