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Monday, November 27, 2006

Eye Candy

So maybe you've been a little confused about how to connect to a subway in Manhattan. Maybe you've been curious about just exactly the mythical Light Rail line goes. Well we've culled information from the Port Authority and the MTA and New Jersey Transit and built the map that they coudn't: The revised New York's Sixth Transit Overlay Map.

And one more thing. You'll notice this revised map has a really long URL. That's because we've posted it on our new Photo Blog we're we'll post all sorts of constructionporn and any oversized pictures that would otherwise screw the ol' layout.

Oh, and another thing too: We're now using labels to categorize all the nifty posts, just like the pros.

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Blogger brooklynfoo said...

nice map, is there anything that can be done about connecting busses to the light rail, because nj transit and red tan dont seem to have very detailed maps of that large area between light rail stops and the PATH stops which would be helpful.

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