The animation goes from midnight to midnight, showing peak times of usage.
With tremendous gratitude to Michael Schade (@mvs202), the our nation’s capital’s digital transportation storyteller, and leader of Transportation Techies (@TechiesDC)
The animation is based on released Capital Bikeshare (@Bikeshare) data for 2nd Quarter, 2015, which means there is only about 2 weeks of function included in this dataset, because our station was installed on June 18, 2015 (but who’s counting? 🙂 ).
The station is located next to the busiest in the system (Union Station) and since it’s been “discovered” it is experiencing more frequent empty docks:
These and other datasets show us that our city’s infrastructure is more alive than we think it is, and in this case, this infrastructure helps people be healthy.
For more on the station’s installation: Photo Friday: The Brand New #CTHNext Capital Bikeshare Station – Out-of-Box Experience
RT @tedeytan: Animation: The @KPTotalHealth @Bikeshare station No. 353 is alive! #CTHNext #ActiveTransportation thx @mvs202 https://t.co/B…