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This new coloring book is perfect for transit lovers in D.C.

With the Metrorail, bus, and streetcar included

You don’t need to be a child to play around with some crayons and a coloring book. An estimated 12 million adult coloring books sold in the U.S. in 2015, according to the Washington Post. With this quaint, quirky fad, people are able to relax with the meditative effect of filling in the lines.

While Time believes that the coloring book trend may be over, Curbed DC would still like to believe that maybe one more can’t hurt, especially when it’s locally focused. Below, take a look at some transit-focused illustrations that Aaron Persh made for Curbed DC, featuring the Metrorail, Metrobus streetcar, bike-share, and ride-hailing apps.

To print these coloring pages at home, be sure to download the five-page coloring book here.

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