From the Rail-Volution “Self-Guided Tour book“, part of the annual Rail-Volution conference that is here in Minneapolis and Saint Paul this week, the “transit accessible” parts of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
It’s interesting to see a map made from a TOD planner’s viewpoint. To me, it seems like the cartographers made some odd choices about which geographic areas to include and exclude. Why these areas? Do they have anything to do with actual transit patterns or travel times?
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