Category Archives: send me stuff

Live somewhere cool? Send me maps!

Totally irrelevant to this post, but good advice.

Since I’m still on the job hunt, I can’t visit cities across the US (and world) to get my own transit maps. So, I am asking you, dear readers, to send me transit maps from the cities where you live or visit. Yeah, I know I can look up maps online, but I want to stick them up on my walls in my lovely 7 1/2 by 11 bedroom here in NYC.

Send transit maps to me:

E. Jemison
P.O. Box 2098
New York, NY 10027

If you want me to send you a NYC subway or bus map, include a note on whether you want either map or both and a return address. I’ll mail the maps on Fridays.

I’ll also take a photo of the transit map and give you a special shout-out here on Living Car Free!

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Thanks to Bill for Transit Maps!

Bill from Colorado sent me three great transit maps from Denver, including an entire system map of the RTD system, plus individual schedules for the E, F, H and G light rail lines.

Transit Maps from Bill

Thanks for the great note and maps. I really appreciate it! It’s not too late to send me maps from where you live or places you visit.

Send me Transit Maps

Sleeping on the Subway
Photo by giopuo

Since I’m still on the job hunt, I can’t visit cities across the US (and world) to get my own transit maps. So, I am asking you, dear readers, to send me transit maps from the cities where you live. Yeah, I know I can look up maps online, but I want to stick them up on my walls in my lovely 7 1/2 by 11 bedroom here in NYC.

Send transit maps to me:

E. Jemison
P.O. Box 2098
New York, NY 10027

If you want me to send you a NYC Subway map or bus map, include a note on whether you want either map or both, and a self addressed, pre-stamped envelope. You’ll need to send one of those large brown envelopes since the maps are large. I’ll mail out maps upon request. Priority mail is $4.95.

I’ll also take a photo of the transit map and give you a special shout-out here on Living Car Free!

PS: I’m still trying to figure out how to get a full size map of the NJ Transit system map. Any geeks who know, please reply in the comments!