While a number of public transportation authorities are telling William Bright, the iPod Subway Maps guy, to bugger off, our very own WMATA has the right idea and expresses its unreserved enthusiasm for the idea.
According to Metro spokesperson Lisa Farbstein, quoted in the Post article, “We want people to know how to get from one place to another on our system. If someone wants to put a map on their iPod, that’s fine.”
Way to support the reduction of confused tourists and recently-arrived residents, Metro. Now, let’s talk about those signs in the stations…
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs