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Beat the Tube strike: Walking distance between stations outlined in new map

London-based designers have created a map outlining a revolutionary way commuters can navigate the Tube strike - by walking.

Joe Watson and Aryven Arasen created a new version of the Tube map outlining how long it takes to walk between stations on the network.

The map shows how long it takes to walk between each station on the line. Credit: Joe Watson/Aryven Arasen

Describing the idea on their website the designers said:

We made a new Underground map that lets people know the distances between each station so that you can find the fastest way to work or wherever else you want to go during the strikes.

It even tells you the locations of all the landmarks that you miss from tunneling in the dark so you can have a brighter start to the day.

The designers said the map was to help commuters navigate the Tube strike. Credit: Joe Watson/Aryven Arasen

London's key landmarks also feature on the innovative map.

The Bakerloo line features on the map. Credit: Joe Watson/Aryven Arasen

Passengers have been forced to look for alternative travel plans as a result of the disruption.

TfL reported a significant increase in the number of Boris bikes that have been hired and the number of buses in operation.

Londoners have been hit by the 48-hour strike. Credit: Joe Watson/Aryven Arasen

The strike is expected to finish on Wednesday at 9pm before another walkout takes place next week.

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