While we’re on the subject of TTC maps (as we often are), we might as well include the most wildly ambitious one of all. Reader Ryan Felix sent us his subway map, which he describes as a “fantasy map of the TTC” in 2050. Felix says it was “created in hope to influence people to become pro-transit, and to give a vision that Toronto can have a world-class transit system.”
The lines depicted on the map––sixteen total––turn Toronto’s subway coverage into a sprawling set of lines that more closely resembles New York’s system (or our Transit City on steroids), with stops everywhere imaginable––the Ontario Science Centre, Trinity Bellwoods, Sherway Gardens, Pearson International Airport, and Ontario Place, to name a few.
Now all we need is someone to create the same version in anagram form.
Image courtesy of Ryan Felix.