Beck to the Future

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Speaking of Beck and London Underground Maps, some alternative and future visions of the London Underground

1) An alternative representation of today by Alex Gollner

2) Anticipated 2010 network (via TfL)

3) TFL 2025 Indicative Map

Interestingly, none of these include the proposed Northern Line extension to Battersea Power Station, just showing how much more dynamic reality is then plans (with a possible opening date of the extension in 2015). (map photograph here via Annie Mole.

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Check out a discussion of the necessity of funding existing transit networks as the first priority of the next administration, and the failure of U.S. transit to keep up with foreign investments at the transport politic.

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