Bike share data in New York, animated

Posted to Data Sources  |  Tags: , ,  |  Nathan Yau

Citi Bike, also known as NYC Bike Share, is releasing monthly data dumps for station check-outs and check-ins, which gives you a sense of where and when people move about the city. Jeff Ferzoco, Sarah Kaufman, and Juan Francisco Saldarriaga mapped 24 hours of activity in the video below.

[Thanks, Jeff]

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