How we move data

April 9, 2015 at 12:14 pm

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Below you’ll find data about how Metro Vancouverites move around the region. Scroll down to find links to the raw dataset we used to produce this interactive, as well as an explainer fact sheet and the sources used to aggregate the data.

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Select the tabs below to explore a breakdown of how people travel between different regions in Metro Vancouver (as a percentage of total trips and the number of trips by driving, transit, cycling and walking).

  • Daily Trips
  • % Mode Share
  • Automobile
  • Automobile Passenger
  • Transit
  • Bicycle
  • Foot

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Data

Trips by Sub-Region & Modeshare (xlsx file)

 

About the Author

Caitlin Millar

Caitlin is a data analyst and interactive programmer with Discourse Media. Her background is in applied biology at the Resource and Environmental Management graduate program at Simon Fraser University, where she researches how to use indices to inform the public and policymakers about complex issues like ocean health.