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    Metro systems in cities are designed to connect districts and boroughs to the city center by routing trains from one end to the opposite end of t… Read More
    Metro systems in cities are designed to connect districts and boroughs to the city center by routing trains from one end to the opposite end of the city, but a notable kind of metro line does not have a beginning nor a destination; it is an all encompassing, Circle Loop Line. On this map, 19 of the world’s loop lines have been selected for the unique characteristics of having no origin or destination that either share the same lines as its metro system counterparts or are isolated line by itself. The main goal of the Circle Loop Line is to alleviate crowding at transfer points in the city center while cutting riders to their desired metro line. Some metro systems have more than one ring, and some systems are proposing new ones for the future that work with the existing system. Even some Circle Loop Lines are outside of the city, that connect a suburb to the city’s central subway. Sources: Wikipedia, Mic-ro, SBS Transit, Miami Metro Guide, Hindustan Times, Indian Express, Yahoo Answers, Indian Railways Fan Club, Travel China Guide, Transport for London, London Wiki, and all respective metro maps. Design: Matthew Lew / mattjlew.com / Type 3 / Instrc. David Asari Read Less
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