If it all comes down to getting from point A to point B, be the distance between short or long, then an atlas isn’t all that different from a framed and posted subway map–our nation’s highways as a subway map is a conceivable notion. And, in fact, it’s now a viewable, perceivable notion. Cameron Booth is an Australian designer who recently released a map of the U.S.A. highways in subway map form. As to not confuse highway routes in the U.S.A., like Route 66, with roads along the Interstate Highway System, Booth created a separate map which depicts the U.S.A. interstates as a subway map. Useful? Not really. Interesting and fun to look at? Totally.