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San Franciscans really, really want Geary, Van Ness subway lines

The people have spoken (for decades, in fact) Back in August, the SFMTA invited everybody to draw their own ideal San Francisco subway map. Don’t expect any of the 2,600 resulting entries to actually break ground and be built in full anytime soon (or, let’s be realistic, ever), but the city did promise to take the DIY networks into consideration. So what does the riding public want? You can watch their combined vision of city transit slowly assemble itself on a custom Gmap, which gradually compiles the entries into an overlapping red web crisscrossing the city, or you can just check out transit collaboration network Connect SF’s heat map of requested routes.
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