All-Time Top 10 Posts, October 24, 2011 - April 30, 2012

Following up yesterday’s post, here’s the top ten most viewed entries on Transit Maps of all time:

10. Historical Maps: Berlin S- and U-Bahn Maps, 1910-1936 (link)
9. My Boston MBTA Map Redesign (link)
8. Official Map: New Jersey Transit Rail System (link)
7. Igor Skliarevsky’s Unofficial Integrated Transit Map of Kiev, Ukraine (link)
6. London Underground as Bathroom Tiles (link)
5. Fantasy Map: Vignelli-Style New York Subway Ampersand (link)
4. Fantasy Map: Chicago El Overlaid On New York City (link)
3. Official Map: Washington D.C. Metro “Rush+” System Map (link)
2. Official Map: MBTA Rapid Transit/Key Bus Routes Map – Boston, MA (link)

and at Number 1, the entry that first put Transit Maps on the map (if you’ll pardon the pun!):

1. Historical Maps: Man-Made Philadelphia, 1972 (link)

Top 10 Most Popular Posts on Transit Maps, January-April 2012

The problem with blogging is that after a while, great content gets pushed to the back pages, never to be seen again. As a way to bring them back from the darkness, this post highlights the ten most viewed posts (as reported by Google Analytics) on Transit Maps for the last four months, from January 1 to April 30, 2012.

So without further ado, here they are:

10. Viteks Bariševs’ Unofficial Unified Transit Map of Riga, Latvia (link)
9.
Official Map: Key Bus Routes in Central London (link)
8. Official Map: Atlanta, Georgia - MARTA Rail System (link)
7.
Historical Maps: Berlin S- and U-Bahn Maps, 1910-1936 (link)
6. My Boston MBTA Map Redesign Unveiled (link)
5. Igor Skliarevsky’s Unofficial Integrated Transit Map of Kiev, Ukraine (link)
4. The London Tube as Bathroom Tiles (link)
3. Fantasy Map: Chicago El Overlaid On New York City (link)
2. Official Map: Washington D.C. Metro “Rush+” System Map (link)
1. Official Map: MBTA Rapid Transit/Key Bus Routes Map – Boston, MA (link)

Tomorrow, I’ll post an All-Time Top 10, dating back to the site’s inception in October of last year.