New York's new subway maps show "Barclays Center" as a stop in Brooklyn. If you look closely at the May 2012 maps, available online or at subway kiosks, "Barclays Ctr." is co-listed with Atlantic Avenue on the two interconnected stops that link nine lines to the arena. Fans will exit the subway and enter Barclays Center via the $71 million "Transit Connection" in front of the arena. Forest City Ratner is paying the MTA $200,000 a year for the station "naming rights," which will also include platform signage. And no, Madison Square Garden is not listed on the maps.