Human Subway Map

Good mag highlights Sam Loman's new subway map of the human body

Good Magazine highlights a new illustration from Sam Loman that incorporates subway design into a map of the human body. The body shows urinary, digestive, arterial and respiratory lines, among many others, with stops at the liver, kidneys and more. The biggest transfer point is, of course, the heart. Check out the visual at Good.

London Taxi iPhone App

New iPhone app takes traffic into account when calculating London taxi fares

Launched this week, the London Taxi iPhone app calculates in a few seconds the fare from one point to another in one of the city’s signature Black Cabs—taking into account both the time of day and projected traffic conditions. Created by two recently laid-off Transport for London planners, the young entrepreneurs took their knowledge of London’s transport system and applied it to a much-needed technology …

Transit Authority Figures Posters

by Noah Armstrong Massachusetts-based Rob & Damia Design's Transit Authority Figures imagine fictional subway maps for real places, pointing out the lack of public transportation options. A side project for the firm, each map outlines specific stops and color coded rail lines through quaint islands and vacations spots. Currently, posters focus on the Eastern Seaboard with destinations such as Cape Cod, Fire Island, the Hamptons, …