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Posted by on Sep 3, 2013 in London, Video | 1 comment

UK Public Transport Flows

Joan Serras from CASA has produced this great animation that demonstrates Britain’s public transport network. It details train, coach, metro (tram and tube), ferry and air trips over a typical weekday in 2009. Different modes of transport are assigned different colours, and time is represented by the clock at the top left. The animation clearly highlights the complexity of the networks, the distinct transport geographies of the UK’s cities and regions, and the daily peaks of activity.

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  1. Hi. Just wanted to say how utterly brilliant the travel pattern animation is. I must try to find an excuse to use it on tv very soon. Do you have larger scale versions – for example, could I show flows from the south coast in greater detail?
    I’m a transport correspondent for the BBC, and spotted this on twitter.

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