Here’s one from the geek box: not a map of BART routes, but tracks. The image at left of the Oakland Wye, the center of the BART system, is clipped from the track map. This humble effort is not a transcription of any official BART documentation. Rather, it is simply a compilation of memories formed while daydreaming and staring out of train windows (as such, I may find the need to adjust a few things in the future). Lines are color-coded according to whether tracks are elevated, at-grade, or in a tunnel, but for the sake of clarity, some of the very shortest elevation changes have been omitted. The file (PNG format) is high resolution, so you may have to scroll around a bit to see the different branches of the system. The map has been added to the Transit Maps section of the sidebar, or you can click here to see it.