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Thanks to Lorenzo Sancho de Coulhac; thanks to Lew Yan Voon for update information) Paris in 1940 (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for providing a scanned copy of this wonderful map; the reverse side and some comments by Hanquez also appear in the "scanned items" section accessible through the menu above) Portland pdf download (official Tri Met, with three miles of underground route and one underground station, the world's second deepest; thanks to Dareth Murray for all Tri Met and Streetcar updates 2/05) Roma (official ATAC - Roma; corporate address thanks to Allesandro Pardi; map sent by Angelo Ponti) From the corporate page, select sequentially "Linee, orari e percorsi" from the left-side menu, "Metripolitane" from the central menu of the resulting page, and "MA" or "MB" for maps of the A line or B line on the ultimate page.

Roma First of three maps (the third was damaged in transit) provided by Antonello La Forgia. Louis (outdated/archival map; Citizens for Modern Transit; thanks to Tod De Hart.

On the rest of the Green Line stations, delete I-105 in the station names.") Los Angeles urban rail (Loren Petrich; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "On the LA-Pasadena Light Rail now under construction, change Mission St.

to Mission; on the Red Line, change Alvarado to Westlake/Mac Arthur Park; on the Blue Line, change 103rd St./Watts to 103rd St./Kenneth Hahn; on the Green Line (eastern end), change Studebaker to I-605/I-105/Norwalk.

Once headed south on New Hampshire, take a left at the second light onto Adelphi Road.

Amsterdam (smaller version; plan used in metro trains; scan a generous gift of Wilko Wieffering, who notes that although the De Vlugtlaan metro station is active, the corresponding train station is not) Ankara (two lines ('ANKARAY' and 'METRO'); both lines underground (Ankaray has only one street level station: its name: 'Emek'). Olsen, who advises that (a) on May 26, 2003, a national holiday, both of the initial two lines (M1 Nørreport-Vestamager and M2 Nørreport-Lergravsparken) will be extended from Nørreport to Frederiksberg, and in December 2003 from Frederiksberg to Vanløe and (b) in 2007, M2 will be extended from Lergravsparken to Lufthavnen (Copenhagen Airport), with (c) talk of possible cityring lines M3 and M4 in 2010)) Daejeon; MAP (small) available on this page with English notation "A SUBWAY LINEMAP" does not currently [6/06] produce a larger map (official Daejeon Metropolitan Express Transfer Corporation; thanks to HAN Woojin) Düsseldorf (select Fahrplan, then Liniennetz; then the city name; official Rheinische Bahngesellschaft AG; thanks to Ron Carson; thanks to "buongiorno" for update information; thanks to René for update valid as of [7/06] and [1/07]) Hong Kong regional transit (official Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation; thanks to Patrick Leung, who asserts "The KCRC is a system of suburban trains that integrates with the MTR (city subway) to form one of the most efficient transit systems in the world.") Los Angeles (unofficial Union Station - The Los Angeles Rail Transit Home Page ; Elson Trinidad; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "On the Red Line, change Vermont/Santa Monica to Vermont/Santa Monica/LA City College.

ANKARAY opened a few months ago; METRO almost completed, opening hopefully this year." -- 9 Jun 97) Bangkok (MRTA underground; map and information provided by Frank Wilke; thanks to Paradon Nitaya for the information that the blue and green lines are being completed but that the red line is "on hold") Belgrade (Official Beovoz; thanks to Milos Glisic, who advises in part "There are three underground stations in the downtown core. Change 7th St./Metro Center to 7th St./Metro Center/Julian Dixon.

Then the route is extended to Sheng Zhuang; its length is 4.5 km.") Shenzhen (Robert Schwandl original; Urban Rail. Thanks to Patrick Leung, who advises: while the following URL is not the official site for the subway due to open on Dec. info) Stockholm (official Stockholm Subway; thanks to Bo Ivander for the information () "that the Stockholm 'T-bana' will, decided by county council May 14 (2002), get an extension from station 'Odenplan' to a new, to-be-built station at the hospital 'Karolinska sjukhuset'." Thanks to Robert Schwandl for calling attention to obsolete links.) Tokyo (official Eidan Subway; Teito Rapid Transit Authority; Tokyo Metro with links to network maps in seven languages; thanks to Martyn Williams; updated map information thanks to Andrew Ludasi; thanks to Stefanie Blaise Marco for link change alert; 7/05) Toronto (official Toronto Transit Commission Subway - RT Maps (select); thanks to Kal Bedder for updates; also combined subway and streetcar pdf maps and planned subway extension; thanks to Sidney Cohen for this and other information 3/06) Ulaanbaatar ("official " Ulaanbaatar Metro; thanks to Dan Weissmann; thanks to Leroy W. for advising that this page is a hoax, of which I was unaware!

28 at Shenzhen, just across the border from Hong Kong, it would benefit many people to have the . In partial reparation I add a map of the Ulaanbaatar bus, again thanks to Demery) Zürich (official VZB Züri-Linie; thanks to Arthur Glasfeld; several underground stations, according to Glasfeld and to Alan Hogenauer; thanks to Frederick König for VZB address update and the elaboration: "There is no subway in Zürich but the tramway has three underground-stops which were planned for a subway system.

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