Fletcher Foti, a UC Berkeley planning Ph.D. student, has created this new interactive map showing transportation patterns of people in The Bay Area. The map breaks down travel patterns by mode and household income using a timeline and colored dots. Some interesting data is gleaned from the survey, such as this whopper: “97 percent of driving in downtown SF is done by people with household incomes of more than $50,000 per year.” Officials can use the map to better understand area travel habits or to just watch pretty-colored dots rush around the screen. Foti also created maps for New York and Los Angeles.
Michael Conrad | Curbed San Francisco | Tuesday, November 12, 2013 | link