Talk:Public transport in Frankfurt am Main

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the maps are way out of date. can somebody update them? here are the new maps:

http://www.rmv.de/coremedia/generator/Bilder/0Abbildungen/PlaeneNetzplaene/PLA__Schnellbahnplan_3Dgr,property=image.gif http://www.traffiq.de/fm/20/traffiQ_Liniennetzplan_2009.pdf —Preceding unsigned comment added by 92.230.52.25 (talk) 16:52, 7 January 2009 (UTC)


I've just rewritten and copyedited this article into a higher quality of English. The previous version was apparently by a non-native speaker, but one who did a much better job than I could have managed in German. There is one phrase that stands out as too good to get burried in the history pages, so I've copied it here for posterity

"There are no turnstilles or other controlling devices. Riders must control themself."

Thryduulf 16:36, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)