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New York City is testing a new subway map.

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New York could resume a 1970s subway map if it wanted to. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is currently checking for updates at nine stations, including Times Square and Grand Central. Sarah Meyer, MTA’s chief customer officer, explains. The Wall Street Journal. That if it works well, it will replace the current.

Current, more geographically accurate, new map. Takes out lakes and small islands, smokes Manhattan, and replaces the Venetian network of tracks with a rectangular plan. It is current, in use since 1979:

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it’s fine.

And this is the new one, recalling Italian designer Massimo Vagnali’s map, used in 1972-1979:

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… which will be shown along with the geographically correct. For a good measure:

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Sarah Meyer, MTA’s chief customer officer, told the Wall Street Journal that she was trying to introduce the map in a way that would not be intimidating. Fear sounds like a wild reaction to a map, but redesigning a subway map is an explosive breakthrough. Map of wars. People have suggested slow maps, labeled with detailed views of parks and neighborhoods, and fast maps. Map of circles Fans are out like rainbows around Manhattan and Borough Staten Island. It has a map attached to it. Not at all And more Comprehensive map Which clearly connects the Long Island Railway and Jersey City. Everyone speculates about how much people need to know. If a tourist asks for directions, you can ask them to go to the left, or you can give them five routes with restaurant recommendations.

The current map seems to have been designed with generosity in mind, conceived by tour guide and historian John Tournac, who did not have professional design training. Some designers find it embarrassing, the lines are so delicate that you need to ask someone to understand your hair. But the more proportionate, wider lines also give a realistic estimate of how long it takes to reach the JFK, and then the details fall into the walls of the subway car. Its gray islands are soft, round beaches on a kind of blue sea, a safe distance from Staten Island.

Soon, if New York goes for the update, the earth will slip into a tetris block, various islands will sink under the sea, and the mob wives will come close enough to hit Manhattan with a heel. Of Vignelli. Original map Useless realism is a design manifesto of performance. Strike untimely. Clear, bright lines that straighten the entanglement of scattered tracks at clear parallel angles. This arrangement helped Wagner earn money. As a reputation “One of the great graphic designers of the 20th century.” In later life, he. Maintained it His map was “perfect.”

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p class=”sc-77igqf-0 bOfvBY”>But the map also discredited irrelevant parks and thick lands.So much so that people got lost on the subway. In 2006, the New York Times. Wrote this

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