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And now this week’s list:
- • New Tube art program to feature female artists (CityLab)
- • Snow Hill Lines 30th anniversary, in photos (1LondonBlog)
- • Underground Railways of London map (MappingLondon)
- • 20’s Plenty in Scottish towns & cities (StreetsBlog)
- • US Transit nudges (FastCompany)
- • Long lost Vignelli DC Metro map discovered (CityLab)
- • Identifying navigational hazards on metro maps (Metro-Report)
- • Uber isn’t behind LA’s transit ridership decline (GovTech)
- • 1966 cartoon mocks car culture (CityLab)
- • Abstract train art (LeanaClifton)
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