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September 24, 2014

British journalist trashes N.Y. subway as 'hellish'

A British journalist for The Gaurdian Bim Adewunmi wrote an article trashing the New York subway, which she says was so "hellish," it made her homesick for London's Undground. Adewunmi calls out the "MTA's needlessly complex map and messy signage.


November 27, 2013

Google Street View update maps rail, subway stations

Now shows more than 50 train and subway stations and 16 airports. The feature is designed to give travelers more of a preview of their travel experience.


December 5, 2012

CHK wins Calif. contract

Upon completion of a system map and transit brochure, the company will begin the next phase of the customer information design project by developing stop signage for the city’s transit center as well as all 145 of its bus stops.


September 21, 2009

MBTA updates system maps, signage

For the first time ever the maps will display connections to key bus routes to and from subway stations.


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