Hi all! If you haven't seen it, you may be interested to know that NYC MTA makes available fairly complete data on subway usage, based on readings from turnstiles
. It's slightly hairy to work with, but my team at a hackathon
this past weekend processed it down to usage per station per day
and then started to play with it a little bit (citywide visualization
; Cathy's blog write-up
; our slides
from the event). Thought some urban planning folks might be interested! Best,
On Sun, Mar 10, 2013 at 2:21 PM, fkh <[address removed]>
Of interest to Code for America Brigade-ers...
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