Ollie O’Brien’s work of the now widely featured Boris bikes visualisations gain a double page spread in this months Wired magazine.
Image courtesy of Adrian Short
Embedded below is a view of Ollie’s work as a timelapse to illustrate the distinctive weekday commuting patterns of the London cycle hire scheme:
You can run the animation direct via the Cycle Hire Dock Visualisation Map, and find out more about Ollie’s work at CASA and beyond via his Suprageography blog.
Oliver O’Brien, a Research Associate here at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis has updated his excellent London Cycle Hire map to include a historic view of the last 48 hours.
As Ollie states over on his Suprageography blog
, the distinctive weekday commuting patterns are easy to spot, with the morning rush into the centre, followed by the evening rush back out to the edges and the station terminals. Distribution vehicles movements can be inferred, particularly during the wee small hours when there is little other activity.
You can run the animation direct via the Cycle Hire Dock Visualisation Map.
Also check out A Day in the Life of the London cycle Hire Scheme by James Cheshire.