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Old June 20th, 2016, 01:23 PM   #1781
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just to ask, has anyone ever posted fictional maps of Malaysia?
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Old June 21st, 2016, 05:53 AM   #1782
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just to ask, has anyone ever posted fictional maps of Malaysia?
Hi!

I'm not so sure if someone posted KL already...
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Old July 6th, 2016, 01:34 PM   #1783
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Hmm thinking of doing one but I've already made 5 fantasy maps so kinda lazy
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Old July 13th, 2016, 04:18 PM   #1784
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Since Dairon is taking a rest on new openings until 2017 (as it runs parallel to real life Shanghai) except maybe line 13 to Kant (Changqing Lu), I'm now revisiting my craziest proposal ever, the Aragonese Metro (I called it Aragon RER earlier here), which is becoming even crazier. When completed it may have at least 5000 kilometers of tracks, making it by far the largest metro network ever posted here, and will reach every one of the 731 municipalities of Aragon, from the largest cities (The largest by far is Zaragoza, followed by Huesca at 1/13 of its population, then Teruel if it exists at all, then Calatayud and Utebo which is actually a suburb of Zaragoza) to the smallest villages (as of the latest estimates there is a triple tie between Bagües, Balconchan -both in Zaragoza province- and Salcedillo -in Teruel province- at 13 inhabitants each). It is still far from complete, though, and I don't know when I'll finish it.
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Old July 15th, 2016, 06:18 AM   #1785
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WOAH.

I've been map-hopping for some time now. Other than my metro plan for 9 Philippine cities, I'm working on a series of expressways in a part of the Philippines as well as a city I've been working on for a while...
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Old August 29th, 2016, 02:11 PM   #1786
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Old November 12th, 2016, 05:42 PM   #1787
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An update to Dairon's metro, as I've finalized the station names of the remaining part of line 13. They will be, from West to East (stations marked with an * were already known because they are on 'existing' lines):
Kant* (Changqing Lu, interchange with line 7)
Diógenes* (Chengshan Lu, interchange with line 8)
La Floresta del Pilón* (Dongming Lu, interchange with line 6)
San Bernardino (Liuli)
Noventa (Xianan Lu)
Euclides (Beicai, named after Euclid)
Gauss (Chengchun Donglu)
Venta de Camisas (Lianxi Lu, literally translates to 'Shirts sale', interchange with line 18 U/C)
Ariza* (Huaxia Zhonglu, Interchange with line 16)
Las Alondras (Zhongke Lu, this was the name I had planned for what finally became Ariza)
Walqa Sur (Xuelin Lu)
Walqa Futura (Zhangjiang Lu)

Anyway, this part of line 13 won't be opening until 2018 (like line 10 North). I should have named the stations on line 5 South, line 8 South, line 9 East and line 17 as those are opening next year.

I've also renamed a couple stations. I wasn't comfortable with having some real historical figures so I've changed them. So Carlomagno on line 13 has become González Frías, and I've brought back Navarra to replace Reyes Católicos on line 1 (Navarra was previously used for what is now Esteban Latre).

And so far I've only made a parody of Shanghai. I may do all the other Chinese cities as well before it becomes impossible.
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Old December 24th, 2016, 09:22 AM   #1788
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Another fantasy metro map for a real city, I give to you the Winnipeg Transit

Spanning three lines and covering through the most of Winnipeg, this transit system was…actually quite difficult to do. With two lines spanning from north to south and one spanning East to West, it was a challenge to put this all together. The three separate lines all interchange at three different points in the main city itself, forming a nice little triangle surrounding everything.

Also included are locations where the stations serve and if there are any links to any public bus terminals, which is key in the city where I come from (Singapore)
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Old December 27th, 2016, 12:37 AM   #1789
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After a long while of not posting anything, I present to you my revised rail map for the fictional city of Cindyville.



Here, you will find that the Green Line Automated People Mover has been extended westward by seven stations. The Purple Line Commuter Rail has also been extended, by two stations. The Blue Line Elevated Rail has been extended from Cindyville International Airport to Joint Base Miranda, and a new express line - the Orange Line Elevated Rail - offers limited stop service between Downtown Cindyville and Joint Base Miranda. Additionally, the Yellow Line Airport Automated People Mover is now a complete loop, and the Comberger Blvd station opened recently along the Red Line Elevated Rail.
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Old December 27th, 2016, 05:30 PM   #1790
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Old January 3rd, 2017, 01:49 PM   #1791
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Old January 15th, 2017, 03:13 AM   #1792
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Old January 15th, 2017, 12:55 PM   #1793
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Old January 22nd, 2017, 05:55 PM   #1794
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Rīga city center tram and trolleybus routes 2018
Cut out from a work in progress full city map. Based on current routes, far future projects and my imagination.

orange - tram lines
violet - trolleybus lines
dashed orange and violet - tram and trolleybus on the same lane
light violet - trolleybus lines during special events and/or service lines.
red- railway lines
termini in bold
I like your this idea so much, especially tram line on Blaumaņa - Avotu towards to Pļavnieki, this is brilliant, look on K.Barona, this looks like a tree, one branch to the left we already have (Matīsa - Miera), if to build like you think will be second branch to the right, I just afraid that the section of Avotu between Marijas - A.Čaka and Lačplēša has a very narrow places (7 meters between houses across each others) and tram line might not going to fit there, but in my opinion this line must be build some day anyway, may be demolish some houses. Do you have this plan for full city? I would like to see it. I saw some plans to build tram line on E.Birznieka-Upīša - Lačplēša - Avotu and this idea I do not like, also I do not like the idea to build tram lines on A.Puškina - Dzirnavu in one direction and Elizabetes - I.Turgeneva in opposite direction, I think this will be not nice-looking, more expensive, inconvenient and complected to repair.
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Old January 22nd, 2017, 06:18 PM   #1795
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An idea for Rīga rail network which is hard to explain in words but I'll show the map anyways.
This is interesting, but to be honest I do not like a lot of things here.
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Old January 22nd, 2017, 08:42 PM   #1796
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What, for example? I have grown smarter and probably would opt for a different map nowadays
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Old January 25th, 2017, 12:40 PM   #1797
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What, for example? I have grown smarter and probably would opt for a different map nowadays
I will be waiting your new ideas ASAP, Please.
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Old January 25th, 2017, 05:54 PM   #1798
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Twin Cities adaptation of 2030 plan:

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Old February 2nd, 2017, 11:56 AM   #1799
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The Amsterdam rail and metro network as it might look like, if the Noord/Zuidlijn (North South Line, the big blue one) would be extended to Schiphol Airport via existing tracks.

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De Noord/Zuidlijn naar Schiphol over bestaand (ProRail) spoor. Inclusief een Zuidwestboog voor NS. Mooie ruil: als GVB mag 'concurreren' met NS van en naar Schiphol, mag NS concurreren met GVB op de Ringlijn.

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I've split branches into separate lines.

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