The two maps provide an overview of road access to a city hospital in 2007 and 2010. It is evident from the maps that the city hospital underwent significant enhancements and expansions during this period.
In 2007, there were a total of six bus stops along Hospital Road. However, in 2010, a new bus station was constructed to the west of the hospital road, leading to improved accessibility for commuters. Initially, there was a single car park that served both the hospital staff and the public in 2007. Subsequently, as part of the developments, two separate parking spaces were created. The public parking area was situated to the east of the hospital, while the staff car park remained unchanged in 2010.
Moreover, three roundabouts were built, contributing to improved traffic flow around the city hospital. The first roundabout was constructed in the front, followed by the second one in the center of five roads, and the last one outside the hospital in the eastern corner. Despite these changes, the physical location of the city hospital remained unaltered throughout the period.
In conclusion, the two maps illustrate the evolution of a city hospital from 2007 to 2010. The hospital witnessed significant improvements and developments, including the construction of a new bus station, the creation of separate parking spaces, and the addition of three roundabouts. However, the actual location of the hospital remained constant.