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Sep. 19, 2018

Published on 10 Dec 2017
Here are 10 insanely complicated subway and metro maps from
major cities around the world. The first position is so far ahead of

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ihasbeencensored - MTA T Train, https://youtu.be/sOLTi5wzB6c
epSos.de, https://youtu.be/NX9qd726K2M
CityRailways, https://youtu.be/l1fVVAtEwCs
Stanley Fok, https://youtu.be/rG5s_qJcycc
Steel Monsters, https://youtu.be/ZRKCvxlvhuE
Dem Transport, https://youtu.be/Z3ccfqHLGi4
Gary Stevens, https://flic.kr/p/9A652R
PatMax Adventures, https://youtu.be/gRm-amAG790
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Sep. 19, 2018

Toronto Star - Published on 15 Dec 2017
Toronto's subway system just grew - Check out this timeline of the TTC's growth since 1954

For more on the TTC expansion visit the Toronto Star:

May. 23, 2017

Tram McGill - Published on 27 Jun 2014

This video shows the movement of all buses, streetcars, subways, and commuter trains over the course of 24 hours in the central Greater Toronto Area. Vehicles from five transit agencies are shown: the Toronto Transit Commission, Miway (Mississauga), York Region Transit, Brampton Transit, and GO Transit.

The video was produced by Transportation Research at McGill (TRAM; tram.mcgill.ca), with funding from Metrolinx (metrolinx.com).


Colin J Stewart (colinjstewart.com): GIS data processing, Python programming, video editing

Ahmed El-Geneidy (tram.mcgill.ca): Concept, supervision

Ron Buliung (http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/... Supervision

Zade Dirani (zade.com): Music ("Amman")

Apr. 5, 2017

The Globe and Mail | Mar. 13 2017

More than 200,000 passengers travel on GO trains through the Union Station rail corridor every day - That traffic is directed through a manual system built 86 years ago

Mar. 30, 2017

Connect Scarborough - Published on 3 Mar 2017

ConnectScarborough is a coalition of local businesses, institutions and community groups that want to connect our city with well planned, long-term and sustainable transit projects. After years of neglect, it is time to build the transit that Scarborough residents truly deserve, and that will move them from point A to point B with fast and reliable service. Visit www.ConnectScarborough.ca for more information.