CLEVELAND - A teenager from Canada, with an interest in cartography and public transportation, is wowing Clevelanders with his map that envisions the city's subway system if it was connected by actual Subway restaurants. Talk about a hero, and we don't mean the sandwich.
By doing so, the teen has shown The Land what it's missing.
Hailing from Mississauga, Canada, 15-year-old Isaiah Bryant started making maps with Google when he was in the 8th grade. Now, the teen unveils his creations on Reddit.
His rendering is what the city would look like if the restaurants were used as the various stops and stations.
The map shows connections from downtown to Lakewood, Beachwood and even the I-X Center. Forget just having buses, this is the sandwich-inspired public transportation system Cleveland needs.
Bryant, an avid mapmaker, has created multiple subway drawings ranging from Cleveland to New York City that he has posted online.
His creations are picking up steam, with many users of the site, called redditors, fantasizing about what it would mean in Cleveland if it was real.
"This would totally take you from breakfast at BrewNuts to beverages in Ohio City to a fattening at Mabel's and back again, sans Uber. I support this," one redditor said about the map.
Another user called Bryant "a legend," while a third said the map was "pure genius."