To show the complex relationships between Manhattan's public transportation system and the city it serves, mapmaker and graphic artist/architect John Tauranac has created three new individual maps - a subway map, a bus map, and a street map with places of interest - and he has mounted these back-to-back in three combinations. The maps are geographic and all to the same scale, and they all have the same grid coordinates for easy cross reference. These maps, just revised/printed this month, so all of the latest changes in the Manhattan subway system. The maps have an index of subway stops, shows hours of service at each stop, etc. The street maps show points of interest such as museums, concert halls, colleges, tourist attractions, etc. This accordion-folded map is 3.3 x 8.3 inches and opens to 26.4 x 8.3 inches. Sturdy paper, lightly laminated.