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BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) landscape app for Urbit.

The Bart App Map was created by Trucy Phan (https://github.com/trucy/bart-map) and is used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.


This app is based off of the create-landscape-app scaffolding.

To install, first boot your ship, and mount its pier using |mount % in the Dojo.

Then clone this repo, and create a file called .urbitrc at the root of the repo directory with the following contents:

module.exports = {

For instance, if the repo was cloned into the same directory as a planet with a pier zod, you might make the path ../zod/home.

Then run the following Unix commands from the root of the repo:

$ yarn
$ yarn run build

This will build and package the javascript files, and move them into the directory specified in the .urbitrc file.

Finally, run |commit %home in your ship's Dojo to make Urbit aware of those files, and then run |start %barttile to start the app. You should then see a BART info tile on your Landscape home screen.