Map::Tube::Athens - Map::Tube interface to the Athens Metro
my $tube = Map::Tube::Athens->new; my $name = $tube->name; open(my $MAP_IMAGE, ">$name.png"); binmode($MAP_IMAGE); print $MAP_IMAGE decode_base64($tube->as_image); close($MAP_IMAGE); my $line = $tube->get_line_by_name('M1'); print $tube->to_string($line), "\n\n"; my $route = $tube->get_shortest_route('Piraeus', 'Syntagma'); print $tube->to_string($route);
Errietta Kostala firstname.lastname@example.org
It currently provides functionality to find the shortest route between the two given nodes. It covers the following metro lines:
- Metro Line M1
- Metro Line M2
- Metro Line M3
What I found out was that it's surprisingly difficult to find an up-to-date, accurate map of the Athens Metro. It seemed that the best source was actually a volunteer-made map from Wikipedia: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/da/Athens_Metro_Map_%28December_2013%2C_English%29.svg.
If you can read Greek, there's also http://www.ypodomes.com/media/k2/items/cache/12a344790c511a0cdcacaded32f8a413_XL.jpg.