(11/10/18: Latest update to version 1.0 up! On the design front, I reduced the vertical dimensions of the North State to make the state a little more proportional to reality, and switched to colored markers for stops served by one line/route.
- Worked in additional bus route details in southwestern Riverside County, the East Bay, and Silicon Valley.
- Foothill Transit Silver Streak and Muni S Shuttle now included.
- Removed the indefinitely canceled B-Line routes to Paradise 😦
- (Regular service to the Salesforce Transit Center is still depicted, in keeping with my general practice of not attempting to depict temporary closures and detours.)
- Various other corrections and updates
Since I first posted this in March, I haven’t had time to comprehensively re-check everything, so there are doubtless many other details that aren’t quite up to date.)
Due to a combination of computer issues and being busy with other things, it’s been a while since I updated my statewide transit map. But now, finally, here is a new version. This incorporates several changes from the last few months, notably:
- Service pattern changes on the San Diego Trolley Orange Line
- LA Metro Orange Line changes in Warner Center
- Opening of the Burbank Airport – North Metrolink station
- Opening of the Antioch BART extension
- Opening of the Salesforce Transit Center
- Reconfiguration of Solano Express bus lines
I also decided to broaden the map’s coverage a bit. Since all of Nevada fits within the map’s area anyway, and since I already had everything in Nevada meeting my inclusion criteria except for Elko’s GET My Ride, I decided that I might as well officially make this a California and Nevada map. I also added some additional services in western Arizona and southwestern Utah that neighbor the California/Nevada networks but don’t directly connect to them.
I also made several additional changes and corrections, but didn’t have time to do a comprehensive check of all the lines and stops on the map, so there are without a doubt some outdated details. And, as I’ve said since the first version, this map is in no way the product of skilled graphic design, so don’t expect it to be aesthetically perfect.
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