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Zoltán

Street names and route numbers being important, would like to see larger type for those; seems like a visually impaired person might find that information difficult to read. I also suspect the choice of those shades of red and green might present a colour-blindness issue.

Otherwise, a very clear and informative guide to transit in the East Bay. Where subway coverage is poor, I feel a map that shows frequent buses as well as subways might be the best tradeoff in terms of displaying the most useful transit and hiding the complexity of the rest.

Matt

I don't suppose Steve Boland has his beautiful map as a ArcMAP layer file, which would almost automate the process of producing frequent network maps...

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