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Alton

For the San Francisco Maps, I'd go with Steve Boland's "Major Transit Routes" map, which shows the frequent routes, and simplifies them to show off the grid: http://sfcityscape.com/maps/bay_area_transit/SF_mainlines.gif

Bronwyn

I don't really have time to try and make illustrations, but what about dotted lines for frequency? E.g. solid but thin for 30min or less often (___________), long dashes for 15-30min (--- --- ---), and thick short dashes or dots for 15min or more often (- - - - - -)? Or reverse them; make the less frequent lines look more tenuous or interrupted.

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