The people of Zürich voted against the plan of a subway system in Zürich (those three stops were already built before the vote).
On the rest of the Green Line stations, delete I-105 in the station names.") Los Angeles urban rail (Loren Petrich; errata/updates noted by Robert Saunders: "On the LA-Pasadena Light Rail now under construction, change Mission St.
to Mission; on the Red Line, change Alvarado to Westlake/Mac Arthur Park; on the Blue Line, change 103rd St./Watts to 103rd St./Kenneth Hahn; on the Green Line (eastern end), change Studebaker to I-605/I-105/Norwalk.
The 1999-2003 extensions in addition to those described can be seen easily through the "Extensions map" link just above.
Melbourne (local download; Chris Brownbill via Michael Calcagno; some MET lines indicated in Metros der Welt as subway; Shaun Hately advises: "The fact is that none of the MET train lines are subways, but the City Loop where all Met lines converge consists of 5 stations, three of which -- Parliament, Melbourne Central (formerly called Museum), and Flagstaff are subway stations (the other two loop stations, Spencer Street and Flinders Street are above ground).") Mexico City (official Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro; thanks to Reynaldo Rosas; thanks to Paula Negron Poblete for major update information; thanks to Cesar Zapata for update and pdf map July 2005) New Athos mini-metro (official New Athos mini-subway in the cave (Republic of Abkhazia) "opened as part of tourist complex in 1975, 4 July.
Subway is intended for delivery of the tourists into the cave inside Apsar (Iverian) mountain during a resort season (since May till November)"; thanks to [email protected]) New York City (official Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA; thanks to Peter Derrick for name correction) and New York City Transit (NYCT) on-line service; click on stations for more information) MTA has discontinued its former regional maps in favor of the new map linked just above.
The first four following are local downloads of the earlier MTA maps.
This one shows the "actual situation of metro and suburban/regional railway lines Fr 1 - Fr 8"; thanks to A. This is a light rail system with an underground component and is included in the same spirit that led to the inclusion of Portland.
Kim Cella explains: "The initial line that runs through Downtown St. This was built with existing tunnels that were used in the past for railroads dating from 1880s." ) São Paulo (official Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo of the Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos do Governo do Estado de São Paulo; thanks to Arnaldo Luís Santos Pereira; thanks to Carlos Caio Gomes Carneiro for update; thanks to Marco Aurélio P.
Thanks to Lorenzo Sancho de Coulhac; thanks to Lew Yan Voon for update information) Paris in 1940 (thanks to Bernard Hanquez for providing a scanned copy of this wonderful map; the reverse side and some comments by Hanquez also appear in the "scanned items" section accessible through the menu above) Portland pdf download (official Tri Met, with three miles of underground route and one underground station, the world's second deepest; thanks to Dareth Murray for all Tri Met and Streetcar updates 2/05) Roma (official ATAC - Roma; corporate address thanks to Allesandro Pardi; map sent by Angelo Ponti) From the corporate page, select sequentially "Linee, orari e percorsi" from the left-side menu, "Metripolitane" from the central menu of the resulting page, and "MA" or "MB" for maps of the A line or B line on the ultimate page.