So blue people-dots show bikers, green people-dots show walkers, and gray people-dots show all other commuters whatever that method of locomotion may be.
The diaspora of pedaling and walking to work, for bicycle magazine's top ten bike-friendly cities. Poster.
1. The relative geographic scale between these insets is varied.
2. The people-dots are randomly distributed within their home census block groups -you'll get the occasional commuter in the water, etc. So have fun pointing that out.
And here is a slippy slappy version...
Unfortunately, the data recorded no distinction between bicycles and unicycles, so quirk-rich neighborhoods are obscured -for now. Nor were old timey bicycles flagged, but I'd certainly be interested in a map like that, which I presume would show strong collinearity with handlebar mustaches.
Check the map for source links. Also, I'm pretty excited about finding a sweet sweet collection of every DOT signage icon in PDF and EPS formats, which is where my bicycle and walking dude came from. Gold.
For print options regarding this map, visit here.
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I've thought about unicycling to work! If I only knew how to unicycle. It's so portable!ReplyDelete
Hey thanks for the DOT link. That's awesome, very useful for me here at work.ReplyDelete
If you like more icon sources, try the Noun Project. Saved my bacon a few times.
Thanks, Carlos, will do!Delete