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Monday, October 31, 2005


After the recent update, I forgot to add the new cities (Dunkerque, St Brieuc, St Malo, Vannes) in i-Métro.
I also added Toulouse, which is now worth being included, with the addition of major bus lines.


Pascal provided the bus network for the city of Evry (southern suburbs of Paris, France).


S. Visser sent me some data for the Gouda (Netherlands) bus network. It still needs some work, though...

Wednesday, October 26, 2005


It looks like the recent addition in the Moscow (Russia) subway is not operating exactly as I imagined... Thanks to J. Barrie for pointing it out.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

MetrO 5.3.5+

I released an interim version of MetrO (numbered 5.3.5+), with a lot of updates on the city files but no changes on the programs.

Download the new package from our home page.

Sunday, October 23, 2005


M. Engelbert has suggested the addition of 2 bus lines in the Budapest (Hungary) database, for their special interest to tourists (one for the airport and the other one for the Castle District).


Pascal sent me the information for the bus network in Dunkerque (France).


M. Dulerm has sent me a few (most frequent) bus and railway lines for Toulouse (France), making the file a lot more useful...


M. Pouliquen provided information for yet another network in Brittany (France): Vannes, along with minor changes for Brest and St Brieuc.

Saturday, October 22, 2005


A second subway line just opened in Daegu (Korea). I added the line in both the "roman" and "korean" versions.

Paris (works)

Service is back to normal at Sèvres-Babylone in the Paris (France) subway.

Download the "temporary" files:

Next update planned on November 10th.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Paris - Night Bus

The night bus network in Paris (France) has been completely transformed last month and is now named "Noctilien".

J.-Y. Dumas has compiled and sent me the data and the new database is almost ready. We still miss a few lines (serving remotes locations) but the main network is covered.


The only trolleybus line in Belgium is operating again, in Gent, and has been added in our database. Thanks to Lionel for the information and data.

Paris (works)

One more station has been closed for renovation last Monday, in the Paris (France) subway.

Download the "temporary" files:

Next update planned on October 22nd.


L. Debacker reported a minor change on the Montpellier (France) bus network.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Los Angeles

E. Karnes sent me some details about the new Orange bus line (Metro Liner) in Los Angeles (USA), whose opening is due at the end of the month.

While on the file, I have tried to improve consistency on the stop names accross all the bus lines...

Saturday, October 15, 2005


Although the works affecting the Green line in Boston (USA) seem to be late (they were supposed to end in August), some changes have occured on the services.


N. Knapp notified me of temporary changes (again) on Line 10 in Madrid (Spain), at Colonia Jardin.

Friday, October 14, 2005


L. Freund sent me an update (including fixes and additional lines) for the Braunschweig (Germany) network.

London & Moscow

Not much in common, but I fixed a few errors and idiosyncracies in both the London (UK) and Moscow (Russia) files, on a suggestion by Frank.

Sunday, October 09, 2005


A station was added on line 5 in the Valencia (Spain) metro.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Saint Malo

M. Pouliquen has sent me the data for Saint Malo, another city in Brittany (western France).


M. Pouliquen sent me the new season update for Landerneau (France).

Friday, October 07, 2005


K. Elgey noticed and reported a typo on station Basildon in the London (UK) database.

Monday, October 03, 2005

São Paulo

E. Watanabe sent me additional places of interest (mostly shopping centers) for the São Paulo (Brazil) database.


I fixed an error affecting all the databases involving Osaka (Japan), including the "Kansai" version, after reading a review on NewLC and comments by K. Hana (who "forgot" to notify me directly ;-).

Sunday, October 02, 2005

Paris (works)

Two more stations will close tomorrow for renovation in the Paris (France) subway.

Download the "temporary" files:

Next update planned on October 17th.


D. Pickett sent a few error corrections for the Melbourne (Australia) database, which I applied. She also sent me a complete description of the tram network, but this will take longer to integrate.