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One of the most pivotal moments in subway map history happened in the basement of Cooper Union in April 1978, when acclaimed designer Massimo Vignelli debated the future of the map with cartographer John Tauranac.
The designer originally produced a concentric circle subway map that was widely debated.
A vintage Vignelli subway map has been uncovered.
It's a rematch of 1978's Great Subway Map Debate.
His 1972 rendition of the 1972 subway map remains a favorite.
The influential designer is ill and living his last days at home.
This 1st edition manual was scanned and put on a minisite, where all 182 pages are available.
The new interactive Weekender map aims to help you make sense of all those weekend service disruptions. Incidentally, there is more planned track work this weekend!
Last night, the Museum of the City of New York hosted a
The NY Times got an advance look at the MTA's latest overhaul