Subways seem like a modern city convenience, but believe it or not people in London, England, were riding the first subway in 1863 — that's over 130 years ago! New York City didn't get a subway system until 1904, but now it has the largest in the word with 239 miles of track. With so many different stations and routes to choose from, it's a good thing that the subway companies print free maps!
Your family has bought an all-day pass to ride the Silver City subway. Starting at Home Court station, find the quickest way to travel to these other stations (in order): City Place, Sports Center, Prince George Plaza, Crystal City, Green Park. Phew! Now head back to Home Court.
Subway lines can cross over or under each other.
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Switch between different subway lines at stations marked by big white dots.
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Except for the last stop back to Home Court, you can't travel the same route twice.
HINT: The regular stations are marked by small circles. It helps to find the stations you are going to and mark them. Then plan your route between stations.