Photographer's Note

Munich’s transit system is a sprawling network of light rail, subway, tram and bus lines that reach every corner of a city inhabited by 1.3 million people. It’s an amazing system, but it can be overwhelming if you’re a foreigner exploring the Bavarian capital.
Munich is Germany’s third largest city, yet its mass-transit system is small compared to those in London, Moscow and New York. It’s half the size of Berlin’s mass-transit network. Still, it’s among the most efficient in Europe. It includes 245 stops and more than 325 miles of track, and it carries more than 1.6 million passengers a day. It’s clean and so incredibly comprehensive that it’s said no household in Munich is more than 1,300 feet from a transit stop of some kind...

...taken at the marienplatz metro station...

(münih'te, marienplatz metro istasyonunda çekildi.)

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