Skip navigation
No more
Know more

Subway maps that everyone can understand

Jug Cerovic, an architect in Paris, has been working on a series of standardized transit maps for cities around the world. He is using a uniform set of symbols and has adopted a set of rules, which he calls INAT, to ensure that all of the maps are legible and easy to use. Click below to see larger versions of the maps, and many thanks to Cerovic for sharing them with Know More.

Max Ehrenfreund | April 14, 2014 at 11:30 am
Know more: Drawing better subway maps
No more
Know more
What California would look like if the world’s ice sheets melt
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
The most searched comfort foods last winter, mapped
Ana Swanson
ADVERTISEMENT
No more
Know more
A lot of Americans think that Islam is at odds with their values
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
The American cities that are growing the fastest, mapped in 3D
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
The states that eat the most fruits and veggies
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
How State Department allowances vary around the world
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
The states where more babies are born prematurely
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
What the Republican candidates would have earned in minimum wage when they were teens
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
Fantastical designs from the frontier of subway maps
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
Popular movies, reduced solely to their colors
Ana Swanson
No more
Know more
Why CEOs are more susceptible to automation than landscapers
Ana Swanson