This November, LA County voters will vote on Measure M, also known as the Los Angeles Traffic Improvement Plan.
It would extend the half-cent sales tax that's currently funding transportation projects in the county. If passed, it's estimated to generate more than $850 million dollars a year. That's enough to make some public transit riders dream about how we'll get around LA in the future.
Adam Linder, a public transportation enthusiast, put his metro dreams in map form -- and it caught the attention of Curbed LA, which dubbed its detail "mesmerizing."
After that we was so inspired he drew up another dream map for 2090.