Name That Data is back for the new year! Today, we present a themed challenge. Below are ten maps of U.S. and world cities. Each map shows literally every street in the city, and streets only. There's no other identifying information. No labels. No terrain. No nothing.
As you might know, the structure of a city's grid can tell you a lot about its history and its future: how planners built things in the past, and what their priorities might be for years to come. Some cities grew and evolved organically, while others are meticulously planned block-by-block. Many occupy a chaotic space in between, which you'll likely find reflected in some of the grids below.
Note: the maps below are zoomed in to different levels depending on the city. This quiz was inspired by Jim Vallandingham's map of all Kansas City streets, which in turn was inspired by Fathom Design's map of all streets in the U.S.