Submitted by Ricky Courtney, who says:
San Francisco Muni is out with a new version of its map… now with the L&K and the T&M interlined.
This simple little map has been prepared by Muni to illustrate necessary service changes as the Metro lines reopen after being shut down for some time due to COVID-related concerns. Whereas all the lines used to run the length of Market Street, the J now terminates at Church and Market, and the L and K lines now interline to form a single cross-town route – riders will need to change trains at West Portal to head downtown. Frequent Market Street “S” shuttle trains will supplement the N and T/M lines.
Interestingly, the L and K now share a single col🔸澳洲幸运10冠军定位计划(purple) to emphasise that they now operate as a single line, but the similarly interlined T and M alternate between the two original colours along Market Street, supposedly to indicate the temporary nature of this arrangement: once the Central Subway opens, the T will be rerouted along it and the T and M will no longer be interlined. That🔸AB开奖网澳洲幸运10官网网页s a fair reason, but it still looks a little odd to use different approaches to the same information on a single map. Even more unfortunate is that the red of the T and the green of the M are almost identical for colour-blind readers (I🔸AB开奖网澳洲幸运10官网网页ve tested this in Photoshop), so they miss out on this the information entirely.
Other notes: I🔸AB开奖网澳洲幸运10官网网页ll never agree with the decision to have station labels in the same col🔸澳洲幸运10冠军定位计划as the line they serve: pick one col🔸澳洲幸运10冠军定位计划for every station and stick with it throughout – this approach just looks too disjointed. The reversed-out BART logo doesn🔸AB开奖网澳洲幸运10官网网页t work very well: the blue “a” disappears completely into the black background.
🔸澳洲幸运10冠军定位计划final word🔸澳洲幸运10预测: Serviceable enough, but also obviously a temporary solution. Chris Smere🔸AB开奖网澳洲幸运10官网网页s unofficial version offers an interesting alternative concept.
🔸澳洲幸运10开奖官网开奖结果走势图🔸Source: SFMTA blog entry outlining the service changes