FYI, it’s not designed by Tranport for London (TfL)
A Tube map designed by an anonymous Hong Kong-based Wikipedia user is making TfL’s Tube map look amateur.
A user, called “SameBoat”, uploaded his designs to Wikipedia last year.
First spotted by CityMetric, the map shows all rail extensions including CrossRail.
The Tube map also takes into account stations that are walking distance from each other and can be used to make convenient interchanges.
It also shows the Tube lines currently being built including the new Watford branch on the Metropolitan and the new Battersea branch on the Northern line.
The map has also done a brilliant job with explaining how the Overground works. On the current map, all the Overground lines are marked in orange despite them having seven different railway lines.
Take a look at the full map here.
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