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Pittsburgh subway map


City not far from the East Coast of America is inhabited by more than one million people - and this is quite a lot for a city in America. It is therefore logical to assume that this city is lucky enough to have its own subway, which extends not only in the city, but also on its surroundings. This is also a logical assumption, because around the big cities is always a small number of small settlements, which then fall into either of the city, or else remain on the edge, but pertain to the city. Therefore, all the inhabitants of these small towns in the main tend to go to work in a big city, causing many problems. It is also worth noting that many guests visiting Pittsburgh, which also creates additional problems with the traffic situation. In order to then not be excruciatingly painful, it was decided to build a large underground, which would at once solve all traffic problems. And it was built - now in this city, some residents enjoyed a powerful system of subway, which has extensive borders and allows residents to travel to different parts of the city.

South Metro

Metropolitan Pittsburgh begins in the city. At the depot, from which is published four branches, all routes start and exit all trains each morning. Despite the fact that all lines converge at the same point, we can not say that this station is very modest. All four branches are under the city at least in part, as well as a maximum (one of the branches) are completely under the city. For example, the orange thread that connects only four stations, runs just under the town and provides an additional flow of passengers within the city. The rest of the branches: red, blue and green - closer to nodiverge outskirts of the city, where is most convenient to collect and drop off passengers. On the one hand margin - a residential area, on the other side - it's industry. Therefore, the presence of such lines, and one of them is a little closer to the center, provides a good link the city with its suburbs. If we analyze the scheme in more detail the subway, you can see that the orange line in general is just a business center of the city. Look at the title: First Avenue, for example. This street is located just right in the center, more precisely, in the downtown area. Other lines go just to the south - to the north does not leave any one line, which starts at the depot. All branches are populated in the suburbs to pick up as much as possible of the population. Thus, if the red line is initially separately, and the blue and green together, after the Washington Red Line station, safely away to the side and go towards the village on the South Downs. Green is proud to be a branch library in the West and just the Library. Also near the library is worth a few schools and small stations in the suburbs, so, obviously, the second branch here would be unnecessary, yet at the Hills Village - a residential area, which is very popular in the city. As you can see, Metro is not built in a random manner, but was designed rather interesting, but because all those who find themselves in this city - always ride on the local subway.

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