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Pantheon

Ah yes! This is exactly the kind of thing I was picturing. The thick lines are the busway and the thin lines are the regular surface-route branches. Beautiful!

Jarrett at HumanTransit.org


Thanks Pantheon!  Your typo actually inspired this post!

Max Headway

The number of line colours running alongside each other is much greater than I would've wished, but that's because the route configurations are so complex and inconsistent. Routes sharing a line colour are not necessarily co-scheduled, but follow the same corridor downtown (or to UQ), and terminate at the same point.

As for the Seattle photo in the blog header, that's the city where I met my now-wife; that particular shot also shows trolleybus overhead!

Jarrett at HumanTransit.org


Attention, Seattle Department of Tourism!  People really do come all the way from Australia to look at those "unsightly" trolleybus wires!  And then they spend money!

Brent Palmer

Having just revised the map to reflect changes to the fare structure (as well as other tweaks), would it be possible to replace the original version with the updated one?

Brent Palmer

On second thoughts, the post links through to the current version anyway. My mistake!

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