The New York City Subway Map Redesigned
Tommi Moilanen

You know what would be really nice? An indication on the map that there is a way to make a free U-turn, especially on a local train. When you discover that you are on something you don’t want to be on, like the M instead of the F; or you skipped your stop on the R; or you slept through the Jay Street change from the A and you are now way out in Brooklyn, it is sometimes hard to find out. The people who take the train regularly don’t particularly notice crossover points, so asking them may not result in a correct answer.

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