I started my Dudley Station Map project because I couldn't find a station map. I've since found a few, and I've started collecting them here. I'll keep this list udpated as I find more. If you find any that aren't here, please send them to me.
Maps of Dudley Station
- My map of Dudley Station, Nov 2017 SVG PDF GitHub
- This map is posted at Dudley Station (I found it well after starting my Dudley Station Map project), but it's, uh, not great, and doesn't exist online.
- My first version, April 2017 SVG
- A map made by Nathaniel Fruchter, in response to seeing my first version. I adapted a number of ideas from it into my second version SVG GitHub
- By Andrew Stokols, 2015, as part of a student project reimagining Dudley Square as a neighborhood hub. It’s made for urban planning, not navigation The full plan
A New MBTA Standard
The MBTA has begun to standardize on this map style. I don’t like the style (having to remember a berth letter/number requires extra mental load, the lack of color makes the maps hard to navigate, and there’s too much irrelevant detail), but it’s more important that these maps are widespread and consistent than that they’re good. Please make more, MBTA!
- Orient Heights PDF
- Sullivan Station Lower Busway Construction PDF
- Harvard Lower Busway Construction (June 2019)
- Wellington (put up June 2019, probably for the casino opening)
- Malden Center (put up June 2019, probably for the casino opening)
Other MBTA Maps
- Ashmont. Very off brand
- Downtown Crossing. Map at 101 Arch St
- Downtown Crossing elevators and vertical circulation. This was part of a board presentation about Orange Line upgrades, 3 Dec 2018. Meeting Presentation
- Copley entrances
- Forest Hills. Notice of Route 39 stop location change
- Sullivan Station Busway Construction Phase 4, December 2018. Not intended to be for customer navigation. PDF
- Park St elevator detour
- Emergency Training Center (under Broadway). This is my favorite station map in the MBTA system, and I'm disappointed it's not in a public station.
- I also have maps of Dudley and Harvard platforms made by MBTA but never used, that I've been asked not to post publicly.
Fire Annunciator Maps
The most reliable place to find station maps is on the fire alarm annunciators. They're not really useful for navigation, but may be useful for future map-making, so I collect them.
Non MBTA Maps
- Transport for London maintains a series of bus stop maps in busy areas. Here's a good example. All Maps
- This collection of historical cutaway images of the London Tube. An example Full Collection
- A series of 3D-Models of some of London’s most interesting stations. Andrew Godwin, 2012. Example All models
- Umeda Station, Osaka, Japan. The exits are numbered, and those numbers are used on wayfinding. Photo credit: Akira Hakuta