Data Blog – New York City Subway Routes and Stations
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New York City’s subway system is one of the oldest and most extensive public transportation systems in the world. The system’s 22 routes cover over 200 miles and transports over 1.5 billion riders annually. New York City Subway Routes and Stations While New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) does not supply subway routes in a spatial format, in 2010, Steven Romalewski, CUNY’s Mapping Service director, took on the arduous task of converting the MTA’s GTFS (General Transit Feed Specification) subway route data into a spatial format. In addition to creating a shapefile of subway routes, he also created a shapefile…
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