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What makes this odd is that they had something similar for the Metropolitan Line to differentiate fast and slow stopping patterns and the Northern Line does it for Mornington Crescent.
In honour of those daggers the Chingford route should be split off the Weaver group and named the Macbeth line. The dagger bit is quoted as the most important line in said play, and arguably Chingford is the most important line through those daggers, so ipso facto, commemorate them. Makes as much sense as Lioness.
It doesn't matter much but I just like how the Bethnal Greens are now vertically aligned on the map. All together a good job by TfL.
Most of those daggers could be explained as “Services may differ at the start and end of the day”. A blue dagger for that, written once, then red daggers for West India Quay, Camden Town, and temporary works.
They have also put this split into the London Rail (=Connections) map.

But it’s not on the draft new Underground map (from February) showing the new Overground line colours.

In fact, the split will leave barely in commonality between the two branches of the Weaver Line
Surely more important is…

dg interrupts: Never risk a surely.
Is the new map with separate names arriving in August? I thought they said autumn.

dg writes: they said August.
Sorry, my bad. Autumn it is
Hasn’t Susan Hall promised to abolish the new London Overground names “from day one”? (Every cloud…)

dg writes: no
Is Camden Town still exit only every Sunday afternoon? I thought they stopped doing that not long before the pandemic
The Paddington/Liverpool Street daggers could really be dropped. The trains still technically serve the station (though Whitechapel should get a red dagger in that case since mainline platform serving services don't stop there).
I agree that the change described here is an improvement. Arguably, applying the same logic, several of the Elizabeth Line stations west of Paddington should also have something to indicate that "not all trains stop at this station".
A QR code printed in the key, leading directly to the dagger information dump, could be a practical compromise.
The paper tube map has a QR code printed in the key, but it leads to
Much clearer, though the Hainault loop seems to have gone to the Piccadilly on the pdf.

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