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Artist Neil Freeman (a fellow Oberlin alum!) created these fascinating scale maps of subway systems around the world:
New York City:
There are many more cities as well as lots of other cool maps at Freeman's website, fakeisthenewreal.
Hat tip: Miranda Blue
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VERY cool. Needs a Shanghai
VERY cool. Needs a Shanghai map though. Also enjoyed his electoral college redistribution map. Thanks for this.
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