The South London semi-circle

Another calligrapher has attempted to make the point that South London does have public transport - this time, with the aid of a semi-circular map. Map-maker Max Roberts tells Londonist:

In terms of user-friendliness, the railways of south London are probably among the worst in the world, up there with the Paris RER and much worse than the New York Subway... But why should the Underground get all the circles? I’ve had my sights on south London for a while now, and after four attempts have finally got something that works reasonably well. 

The inherent complexity of the system is reflected in the final design, a good map can’t fix a bad network. In fact, this is only one of two designs where I had to refer to a track plan in order to be sure that I was getting it right (New York was the other).