Comparing cities’ cycling patterns using online shared bicycle maps

@article{Sarkar2015ComparingCC,
  title={Comparing cities’ cycling patterns using online shared bicycle maps},
  author={A. Sarkar and N. Lathia and C. Mascolo},
  journal={Transportation},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={541-559}
}
  • A. Sarkar, N. Lathia, C. Mascolo
  • Published 2015
  • Economics
  • Transportation
  • AbstractBicycle sharing systems are increasingly being deployed in urban areas around the world, alongside online maps that disclose the state (i.e., location, number of bicycles/number of free parking slots) of stations in each city. Recent work has demonstrated how regularly monitoring these online maps allows for a granular analysis of a city’s cycling trends; further, the literature indicates that different cities have unique spatio-temporal patterns, reducing the generalisability of any… CONTINUE READING

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