Short URL: http://bit.ly/tarc-map
This transit map of Louisville contains route data from TARC, street map data from OpenStreetMap, and my own markup. It’s a hybrid of older transit map styles. I’ve created it for a number of reasons:
Enjoy this map, and happy TARCin’!
THIS MAP IS PROVIDED WITHOUT
IT IS NOT THE OFFICIAL TARC SYSTEM MAP.
You get that from TARC’s web site.
This update reflects service changes effective 2016-06-05:
You might not have the best experience viewing this map in iBooks or Safari. Here are a couple of third-party PDF viewer apps which are better for viewing large PDF maps:
If you come across any other suitable PDF viewer apps, please let me know.
Official information, including routes and other details not shown on this map, is available from TARC’s web site or by calling 502-585-1234. I would recommend not mentioning this map to them, not because this is a secret project, but because they need not be concerned about it while doing their job. :-)
Copyright 2010–2014 Darren Embry.
Map data Copyright OpenStreetMap contributors, CC BY-SA.
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License (CC-BY-SA).
The author is not affiliated with the Transit Authority of River City. There is no warranty or guarantee of any kind. In other words, I am not responsible for any loss incurred due to inaccuracies in this map. But I try to be as accurate as I can, and will happily fix any mistakes.
Send comments, corrections, clarifications, etc. to dse at webonastick dot com.
Here is a copy of TARC’s official system map. I’ve split it up into single-page PDF files because the Avenza PDF Maps and Transit Maps apps only extract from page 1. Page 2 is the one you want for the main map. Page 1 is the downtown map.