Transport for London has released another alternative version of the Tube map—and it’s actually really useful. The London transport manager has created a ‘Walk the Tube’ map, which shows how long it takes to totter between stations.
You see that spaghetti dinner up there? That’s the map for the #Tokyo Metro. Although it may look daunting at first glance, with a little explanation (and a lot of pictures) you’ll be riding the underground like a true Tokyoite in no time! #Japan #Travel
The 2007 Japan’s music scene, laid out as the Tokyo Subway map at http://www.mukiryoku.com/tokyomusic.gif Complete with all the notable names across the years from the Japanese music scene, the map plots artists as the stations and the different lines as the different genre’s of music.
MRT: Taipei metro map, Taiwan The Taipei metro, known as MRT, is the first and only system in Taiwan. Opened in 1996. It serves the capital of Taiwan and its 2.7 million inhabitants. It consists of 5 lines serving 117 stations, plus two shuttles. The total length of the system is 131.1 km. The metro is operated by Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC). MRT is used daily by almost 2 million people and annually by more than 630 millions (2013) #taipei #metro #map