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Old April 28th, 2011, 04:27 PM   #781
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It's a real location! It is located near Singapore, according to Wikipedia.
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Old April 28th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #782
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I should have been more specific. The subway map (part of it)
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Old April 28th, 2011, 11:59 PM   #783
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but are we will lose SN07 station?
It was just an example. You could as well connect SW08 with SN07.
And yes, the maps look good!
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Old April 29th, 2011, 05:24 AM   #784
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Those maps look awesome! How did you do the satellite looking map?
Thanks, I use google maps to get the satellite looking map..

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It's a real location! It is located near Singapore, according to Wikipedia.
Yeah, there are some ferry route directly go to Singapore.. This city is on grow.. Look its skyscraper forum:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=637458

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It was just an example. You could as well connect SW08 with SN07.
And yes, the maps look good!
Okay, wait for my update.. Don't forget, this is just our fantasy..
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Old April 29th, 2011, 06:16 AM   #785
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Batam Metro Line (UPDATE)

This is my edited map of Batam. More easy accessible than before.

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And last, if you want to know how near between Batam and Singapore, look at this picture.


So close, right? Indonesia government want make Batam a next Singapore. Batam - Bintan - Karimun is a Free Trade Zone.
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Old April 29th, 2011, 06:46 AM   #786
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From the Philippine forums, here's a fantasy map for Manila's Strong Republic Transit System (LRT, MRT and PNR)!

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Old April 29th, 2011, 07:41 AM   #787
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This is my edited map of Batam. More easy accessible than before.

THE MAP


REAL ROUTE


And last, if you want to know how near between Batam and Singapore, look at this picture.


So close, right? Indonesia government want make Batam a next Singapore. Batam - Bintan - Karimun is a Free Trade Zone.
Neato! How did you put the routes & stops on the satellite map though?
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Old April 29th, 2011, 11:27 AM   #788
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Neato! How did you put the routes & stops on the satellite map though?
sorry, what mean of 'neato'?

When I make the satellite view version, I use GoogleMaps to choose best location for the station. The routes actually follow main road of the island.
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Old April 29th, 2011, 02:12 PM   #789
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sorry, what mean of 'neato'?

When I make the satellite view version, I use GoogleMaps to choose best location for the station. The routes actually follow main road of the island.
Yes exactly!

Ok, so you use Google Maps.

I have always wanted to make a neat subway network map, but MS Paint is very time consuming & I dread the MS Paint program on Windows 7 because it is nothing like what I'm used to on Windows XP.

I have been using PowerPoint, but the map is turning out different than what I really want.
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Old April 29th, 2011, 08:28 PM   #790
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And last, if you want to know how near between Batam and Singapore, look at this picture.
Wow, so close. The next logical step could be to connect your Blue Line with Singapore MRT's North-South Line at Marina Bay with a tunnel under the Singapore Strait.
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Old April 30th, 2011, 09:43 AM   #791
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Yes exactly!

Ok, so you use Google Maps.

I have always wanted to make a neat subway network map, but MS Paint is very time consuming & I dread the MS Paint program on Windows 7 because it is nothing like what I'm used to on Windows XP.

I have been using PowerPoint, but the map is turning out different than what I really want.
But don't get started, or behave at least. By now, I've filled my whole country with rails, suburb, metro and light rails. Just by the route and pinpoint function
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Old April 30th, 2011, 06:50 PM   #792
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Illawarra Metro
This is my updated fantasy map for the Illawarra area in NSW, Australia. It has a combined population of nearly 300,000 and comprises the City of Wollongong, City of Shellharbour and Municipality of Kiama. Wollongong is the largest of the 3 and is probably most popular for its steel industry (Port Kembla Steelworks being the largest in Australia). Wollongong lies on the NSW South Coast, is an hour south of Sydney and is the 3rd largest city in NSW.


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Yes exactly!

Ok, so you use Google Maps.

I have always wanted to make a neat subway network map, but MS Paint is very time consuming & I dread the MS Paint program on Windows 7 because it is nothing like what I'm used to on Windows XP.

I have been using PowerPoint, but the map is turning out different than what I really want.
yeah I use Google Maps only for decide where I can place the station and the route. Absolutely I used Adobe Illustrator to draw line.

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Wow, so close. The next logical step could be to connect your Blue Line with Singapore MRT's North-South Line at Marina Bay with a tunnel under the Singapore Strait.
That will be a crazy think..
But there is a plan to make a brigde who connect Singapore and Batam..
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Old May 2nd, 2011, 09:04 AM   #794
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That will be a crazy think..
But there is a plan to make a brigde who connect Singapore and Batam..
Do you currently prefer bridge, tunnel or both?

Have you figured out suitable locations for bridge piers, gradients of bridge and tunnel approaches etc.?

Are you also planning a bridge from Batam Island towards Sumatra?

Will the Batam-Singapore bridge or tunnel also carry long distance, high speed railways, such as the Kunming-Vientiane-Singapore now under construction going on to Bali?
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Old May 2nd, 2011, 11:08 AM   #795
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Do you currently prefer bridge, tunnel or both?

Have you figured out suitable locations for bridge piers, gradients of bridge and tunnel approaches etc.?

Are you also planning a bridge from Batam Island towards Sumatra?

Will the Batam-Singapore bridge or tunnel also carry long distance, high speed railways, such as the Kunming-Vientiane-Singapore now under construction going on to Bali?
No, I mean there is a plan from Singapore - Indonesia government to make the bridge who connect both islands.. Not my plan..
But this bridge still a discourse from Singapore and Indonesia..
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Illawarra Metro
This is my updated fantasy map for the Illawarra area in NSW, Australia. It has a combined population of nearly 300,000 and comprises the City of Wollongong, City of Shellharbour and Municipality of Kiama. Wollongong is the largest of the 3 and is probably most popular for its steel industry (Port Kembla Steelworks being the largest in Australia). Wollongong lies on the NSW South Coast, is an hour south of Sydney and is the 3rd largest city in NSW.


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neat design with the ring lines.

Why not let the number 3 line go all the way a long the cost to yellow rock, and then the line number 6 from little park to the end of line 1 "bulli" i think its named? its alwas more comfortable to be able to go all the way in one train.
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neat design with the ring lines.

Why not let the number 3 line go all the way a long the cost to yellow rock, and then the line number 6 from little park to the end of line 1 "bulli" i think its named? its alwas more comfortable to be able to go all the way in one train.
Interesting suggestion - I never thought of that. I'll have a play around with it and upload it.
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neat design with the ring lines.

Why not let the number 3 line go all the way a long the cost to yellow rock, and then the line number 6 from little park to the end of line 1 "bulli" i think its named? its alwas more comfortable to be able to go all the way in one train.
How about this? I kept line 6 as it is, extended 3 out to Yellow Rock, changed line 5 to be a north - south line from Bulli to Albion Park and line 1 to be a central line Mt Kembla to harbour. I also changed the line names to just their number and destinations.



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Old May 3rd, 2011, 04:33 AM   #799
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Metro Bekasi

This is a metro map for Bekasi City, West Java, Indonesia. Bekasi is exactly at east Jakarta.
Just a fantasy from me. There are five line who connect around city, include one circle line.

This is the more information for Bekasi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bekasi

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How about this? I kept line 6 as it is, extended 3 out to Yellow Rock, changed line 5 to be a north - south line from Bulli to Albion Park and line 1 to be a central line Mt Kembla to harbour. I also changed the line names to just their number and destinations.



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That's it, it looks really cool now. I think it will be a much more efficient system now. You can get across the city without changing, more simple for the commuter, and safer for the companies time table, since fewer has to change and fill up the station platforms.
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