The two maps below show road access to a city hospital in 2007 and in 2010.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The maps illustrate the way to access a city hospital in 2 different years.
From the maps, it can be easily seen that there was a remarkable development of some transport infrastructures. While city hospital campus and Ring Road were staying unchanged, the underlying features including intersection and parking spaces have changed.
From 2007 to 2010, two roundabouts were added. One was located at the three-way junction of the hospital road and the Ring Road, while the second one was situated at the four-way intersection of the hospital road and the city road. This sensible arrangement helped ease the flow of traffic.
The second change improving the accessibility of this road was the parking lot and the bus station. In 2007, both the hospital staff and the public parked their vehicles in the same space, but three years later that parking space was divided into two spaces, one to the right of hospital road for employees and one in front of the hospital gate for public. The three bus stops were substituted for a bus station connected to both roundabouts.