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Fewer curves Labyrinths are intentionally created with a lot of turns, to complicate the process of finding your way. As the goal of the new map was to help people to find their route quickly, it was necessary to straighten the lines as much as possible and depict interchange nodes in a more clear way.
On the new map, there are two times less line bends then it is on the classic Paris transport map. Base axes for the coordinate grid and the map For Parisians and tourists For Parisians and tourists The map is new in terms of its layout concept, but it preserves the original colors and graphic symbols, which are currently used in metro.
Icons of sightseeings will help tourists to navigate in the unfamiliar city, and will become landmarks for local citizens. The map includes the city of Versailles and all routes to airports in order to better serve the needs of visitors.
Planned lines and lines under construction are marked on the map with a dotted line. By the time you pop up above ground, you are completely disoriented as to where you are.
The traditional stylized Metro map is most useful for determining how the lines relate to each other. With the map avec rues, you can figure out your location pretty quickly.
Once you get above ground, a quick look at a few street signs will tell you where you are in no time. For example, take a look at the screen shot excerpts from the two different types of maps below.
They both show the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides. Assuming you want to visit both Left Bank attractions, you use a map to plan your day. Additionally, you can see that you have several options for which line to take to the Eiffel Tower at the outset. The first line opened on 19 July , during the World's Fair.
The system expanded quickly and the core netork was finished by the s. The network grew saturated during the s. The solution in the s was to revive a project abandoned at the end of the 19th century: joining suburban lines to new underground portions in the city centre as the regional express network RER. The RER plan initially included one east-west line and two north-south lines.
These new lines were inaugurated in and their wild success outperformed all the most optimistic forecasts to the extent that line A is the most used urban rail line in the world with nearly million journeys a year.
In , Line 14 was inaugurated.