[ uncontrol ]Restore your own Ecce Homo!Optical Illusions and Visual PhenomenaCleverbot.com - a clever bot - speak to an AI with some Actual Intelligence?HomeertdfgcvbbomomoaM laboratoryCommute MapIn Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us), the author states that commute times throughout history have remained steady at roughly a half hour in each direction. Advances in transportation technology (our feet, horses, bicycles, trains, automobiles, flying cars, etc.) allow us to live farther from where we work. This got me thinking about my own commute from Berkeley to San Francisco, how it compares to those of my neighbors, and how commutes vary across the country. This visualization draws a red circle at the center of each zip code indicating the number of people who travel to or from that area. Notes About The Data The CTPP has since been superseded by the ACS. The CTPP provides data on a census tract level. The Google Maps API is used to determine routes and transit times. Although an effort was made to reflect the data accurately within the constraints of the design, correctness is not guaranteed.