1. London-based creative duo Joe Watson and Aryven Arasen have created a new version of the Tube map showing how long it takes to walk between stations.
With the 48-hour strike action by Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union members underway, people are looking for different ways to get to work to avoid the severe disruption.
Transport for London has said it hopes to run between 40% and 50% of services during the industrial action, due to end at 8:59 p.m. on Wednesday.
2. To help ease the pain, Watson and Arasen created a series of graphics showing the walking distances between the Tube stops in central London.
3. Writing on their website, the pair said: “We made a new Underground map that lets people know the distances between each station so that you can find the fastest way to work or wherever else you want to go during the strikes.”
4. “It even tells you the locations of all the landmarks that you miss from tunneling in the dark so you can have a brighter start to the day. #walklondon”
5. RMT members have gone on strike over the plans to close all ticket offices on the London Underground.
The union is also set to take further strike action, for 72 hours, from 9 p.m. on Monday, if the ongoing dispute is not resolved.