Major Metropolitan Subway Systems Start To Take The Same Shape [Headlines]

Major Metropolitan Subway Systems Start To Take The Same Shape [Headlines]
Design

French scientists find that the world's underground transportation systems have, surprisingly, nearly identical structures.

Allie Walker
  • 22 may 2012

Scientists studying subway systems in New York, London, Tokyo, and other major metropolitan areas found striking similarities to how the systems were laid out- a common core with outlying branches. This finding may prove useful in future transportation planning. Wired

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