Map Monday: Subway Map of the Twin Cities

What if every Subway Restaurant in the Twin Cities were a subway station? Via Reddit, /u/1map_dude1 has mapped out exactly what the transit network would look like.

subway stations of the Twin Cities

The original Google Maps data file is here.

(Via Reddit.)

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6 thoughts on “Map Monday: Subway Map of the Twin Cities

  1. Dana DeMasterDana DeMaster

    Well, downtown St Paul would have better transit! Unfortunately, West 7th would lose its one stop as the Subway on Randolph recently closed and Shamrock’s Bar is expanding.

  2. Adam MillerAdam Miller

    Even with those lines concealing a whole lotta zig-zagging, that looks like pretty poor transit coverage to me, especially in the urban cores.

  3. David MarkleDavidMarkle

    Aside from the specific pattern, this would be a dream come true in terms of having reallyi rapid public transit.

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