One Map To Rule Them All

Friday, January 31, 2014 - 05:37 PM

Navigating the New York-New Jersey region this weekend for the 'first mass transit Super Bowl?' New York's MTA put together a map that combines the area's transit infrastructure in one Vignelli-inspired package.

NJ Transit expects to move 12,000 Super Bowl attendees on its Secaucus-to-the-Meadowlands link. Visitors to Super Bowl Boulevard in Midtown Manhattan will be riding the MTA. Here's how it all fits together.


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Comments [1]

tim sullivan from Newark

Why isn't Newark labeled? Elitist Port Authority?

Feb. 01 2014 09:28 AM

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