This interactive infographic over at the New Yorker shows the available bikes per Citi Bike station, animated over time:
It’s been nearly two months since New York City rolled out its bike-sharing program. To see how it’s faring, we used live data, provided by Citi Bike, to map where people rode for one month. As the month progresses, the circles on the map grow or shrink according to the number of available bikes at each station. Viewed together, they show New Yorkers finding new ways to navigate through the city.
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