The map above is tube / subway style map of the major Roman roads around 125 AD. It is the amazing work of Sasha Trubetskoy and is largely based off the ORBIS Model of the Roman World and The Pelagios Project.
The map above shows what Amtrak services might look like if President Trump’s budget cuts go through as planned. According to the National Association of Railroad Passengers press release:
The 8 maps above are just a sample of the 220 metro and light rail system maps from around the world that have been shrunken and simplified by Peter Dovak at Transit Oriented.
You can see the complete list of mini metro maps below:
The tube or metro style map above shows all the host cities of the Summer Olympic Games from 1896-2020. They’ve grouped them by 4 eras: pre-World War 1, interwar years (or pre-World War 2), Post World War 2 – Cold War games and finally the Modern games.
The map above shows the extent of the Vatican City’s railway system (Holy See railway). With just two 300 metre sets of tracks and two freight sidings measuring a total of 1.27km (0.79 miles), it’s the shortest railway system in the world.
Japan’s Shinkansen “bullet train” network is the world’s oldest and most used high-speed railway in the world. The map above charts its growth from 1964 until the present day and beyond.