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Future MRT map - tiukengleng1994 - 05 March 2011

Here is a (speculative) future map of the MRT.

In this map u can see a couple of changes made to existing lines, such as the Sungei Kadut Stn between Yew Tee and Kranji Stns on the NSL, the Dhoby Ghaut - Promenade section of the CCL being part of the Holland Line (in light green), Changi airport T4 & T5 stns, and East Point stn on the CGL, a branch of the Punggol LRT from Teck Lee to Coney Island, as well as new lines such as the Johor Line (in black), the North Shore Line (in blue), the Tampines Line (in dark blue), and a few new LRT lines.

Feel free to comment on this pic.Wink

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RE: Future MRT map - TIB987K - 05 March 2011

This map is only speculative future map and are outdated because the names of 29 stations of Circle Line and 35 station of Downtown Line are already outdated in this map and have been finalised. Obviously, this map will not be the map in 2020.

RE: Future MRT map - joeyfjj - 05 March 2011

Compare it with the Tube Map from London...
[Image: standard-tube-map.gif]

RE: Future MRT map - Mark4211 - 05 March 2011

London Underground Map seems more Creative and Organised.

RE: Future MRT map - tiukengleng1994 - 05 March 2011

(05 March 2011, 01:36 PM)sni996 Wrote:   Show/Hide

I know that already, i just posted it here because i dunno how 2 make my own one by changing the names of the 29 stns on the CCL and 35 stns of the DTL.

(05 March 2011, 04:25 PM)Mark4211 Wrote:   Show/Hide

How is the London Tube map "more creative and organised"? Is it because of the "Travelcard Zones" in the background, the layout of the lines or the colours used to demarcate the lines (or any other reason not shown here)?

RE: Future MRT map - joeyfjj - 05 March 2011

(05 March 2011, 04:29 PM)tiukengleng1994 Wrote:   Show/Hide

The Singapore Map has 16 MRT Lines and 10 LRT Lines.
The Tube Map has 13 Lines: 12 "MRT" and 1 "LRT".
I'm too lazy to count the stations.

LU has a thinner line, smaller station names and no alphanumeric code. Alphanumeric codes does nothing except create confusion.

RE: Future MRT map - nickgoh45 - 05 March 2011

(05 March 2011, 05:44 PM) Wrote:   Show/Hide

No, alphanumeric codes do not cause confusion. Which passenger would actually look at the codes? It's not possible to have somebody coming up to you and asking, "How do I go to CC2?"

RE: Future MRT map - SMB145B - 06 March 2011

no this again

it just looks so wrong

rochor station is not a interchange

cannot extend the DTL from its western terminus ...

cause GBD is at ground level!

RE: Future MRT map - nickgoh45 - 06 March 2011

(06 March 2011, 08:59 PM)d143b2 Wrote:   Show/Hide

Also, CC1 Dhoby Ghaut to CC4 Promenade do not belong under the Holland Line (which is not likely to even materialise as a line itself)

RE: Future MRT map - SMB145B - 06 March 2011

(06 March 2011, 09:37 PM)nickgoh45 Wrote:   Show/Hide

but the hidden platforms under NS16 Ang Mo Kio

indicates that this map is partially correct

but what is the line?