Road maps, mapping, and land use can all be tracked using ‘road networks’ to understand better how geography influences how people live and move. This gives us an improved understanding of where to invest our time and money to address poverty, education, politics, and health issues. These old road maps for network science analysis could help us develop new communication ideas in our community.
- The Hispania Map of the Hogenberg Road Atlas
- The naïve map of 16th-century Spanish roads
- Madrid and the design of the Spanish road network