Future Transit Map

From Copenhagen

Copenhagen has a growing network of rail and metro connections, but lacks one transport map. My goal is to develop a transport map with references to the existing ones. The map has geographic references, clear transfer stations and an accessible colour palette.

Copenhagen has different modes of public transportation. The S-tog (S-train) has been the backbone of the city. In 2002, the Metro opened lines to connect Amager with the city centre. From 2019 to 2024, two additional metro lines will go through the city centre. From 2025, a new light rail will go around the west of the city. The three different organisations have not coordinated a holistic map. Instead, they issue their own map, omitting other transport means. This proposal combines three route maps to provide passengers with one information overview.

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Tags publictransport routediagram