Frequently Bought Along With The Aerial Atlas:
Walker's Manhattan Map - Laminated Vest-Pocket Street Map of NYC, volume 2 $48.95 (less than a burger!)
Sliders' Yoga - Keep Your Shoulders In Shape [paperback] $61.75 (less than a haircut!)
Choob Newbie - The How-To of the Vaccuum Lifts [DVD and eBook only] $31.22 (better than a Bronx beer!)
This is the second edition of an atlas first published in 2051. In the subsequent six years the aboveground transport networks of New York City have grown considerably. The EVAN pneumatic trains of course have made the news repeatedly, what with the increased reports of altitude sickness causing a switch from vacuum power to pressure propulsion. But even the wildly individualistic world of the slidewires has been updated. And the recommendations on where one might dock one's '57 Chevy may be as good as one could expect of a printed publication. Daily commuters of course will consult the many online sources of parking information before they leave their own mooring at dawn. Strongly recommended by a cross-section of the City's commuters, officials, and tourists.
- five index maps by borough
- 422 detail maps of neighborhood routes (Manhattan), 482 (The Bronx), 1138 (Queens), 922 (Brooklyn), and 604 (Staten Island)
- in five volumes, on Tyvek onionskin (Even the Queens volume is only 5/8" thick) all 10.5x8 inches.
- a chart of standard rates and typical extortion, with online updates paid for four years
- overlays indicating the zones most and least susceptible to hijacking and wire fraud
- a free 14-oz tube of Minson's Slide Lube, the best in the sky
- fourteen pages of calisthenics, yoga, tai chi, and weight training to prepare for a daily slide commute
- reviews of the city's nineteen aerocab franchises
- handy reference charts of weather and traffic flags, both the Staten Standard Set, and the New Harlem Signal System
- application forms for over two dozen varieties of aerial commute insurance, with more available online