A quite-clearly-unfinished Tube map incorporating the Elizabeth Line has been spotted on TfL’s website, and it looks, well, a little busy. Central London in particular looks like a bit of a minefield (not that it isn’t already, and so on and so on), with Paddington, Liverpool Street and Farringdon stations looking particularly hairy.
When the line opens in 2019, you can expect to field plenty of questions about station interchanges from confused tourists. Still, the map’s a work in progress and TfL has plenty of time to improve its clarity. And colour in the other lines. [Oliver O'Brien via CityMetric]