Few weeks ago, we have share an NYC Subway map about best coffee by stop, and today we would like to share another one about usable restroom along the subway.
This MTA New York City Subway map about usable restroom is created along with a YouTube video created by Eron Watt to show those 48 subway restrooms he visited from 2009-2014. Out of NYC’s 468 subway stations, only 129 of them claim to have restrooms, and many of them are locked, though MTA spokesman claimed that the only times restrooms are locked is from 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. for cleaning purposes and prevention of crime, except when they are under construction.
Here is the video produced by Eron Watt:
Last week, we have shared a NYC subway map about introducing the best coffee in town, here we find another railway map for bar in Chicago.
Currently not every stop is mapped out that you may help to complete it by suggesting your favorite bar to the map creator. (Please note: the bar location should be within 10 mins walk from the stop.)
We have shared various subway maps, no matter those are interactive or static, all the time since subway maps are so common and important to us in our daily life, especially to those who take subway everyday. Here we have found another useful subway map for busy New Yorkers to check out the best coffee around you by subway stops.
This NYC subway map is created by Butterfruit Labs that shows the best coffeehouses in Manhattan by subway stops. The standards of being “the best coffeehouse” are equipment they used, the type/source of beans, stop proximity, and reviews from both customers and professionals. You may find that Dunkin Donuts & Starbucks maybe in the map since some locations do not have great options other than these two.
Let’s try all the best coffee in town by following the map!
Map Reviews: 3.5/5Stars
Subway map is the best material to create interactive image for various purposes, e.g. introduce attractions by stop, share audios/videos by stop, or introduce best coffee/restaurants by stop. This map is useful and informative to those living in NYC, especially those coffee-addicts.
Last year, we have shared an interactive Kuala Lumpur map of independent cafes, which provides detailed information for each cafe in pop-up boxes. Similarly, the above subway map can be more informative and interesting by converting it into dynamic images with tooltips/description boxes.
Furthermore, category legends can be created for categorizing those chain stores and independent cafes.
Let’s see if any interactive subway maps will be created in the future for another topics, and please feel free to share your findings to as well!