Sunday, October 31, 2010

Arlington bikeshare demand map

Arlington Co. plans to expand bikesharing in the future and they've produced an interesting map showing potential demand.
We created the map by begining with color-coding the County based on a) where the people are, with population and employment density; b) where bike facilities are, such as trails, lanes, and routes; c) where existing transit is and how well it's used; and d) some destinations, such as libraries and community centers that receive a lot of foot traffic.
Fairfax Co. should be doing this in the more dense urban areas such as Reston, Tysons, Springfield, Seven Corners, and Bailey's Crossroads. It would be useful not only for bike sharing but for determining new bike facility priorities. See the full demand map.

From TheWashCycle.

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