Mapping the Paths Most Traveled (CityLab)

BY TANVI MISTA PUBLISHED DECEMBER 19th, 2014 D.C. is a great city for runners. On my long runs this fall, I’d measure the distance in landmarks: half a mile to Union Station, another half to the Capitol, about 1.5 miles across the National Mall to the base of the Washington Monument, and another half to…

A Striking New Way to Visualize Mobility (The Atlantic Cities)

Published by John Mercalfe on April, 28th, 2014 Isoscope For quick info on routes and travel times, there’s always Google Maps. But for a traveler wanting more of a beauteous, immersive experience, try Isoscope, a mapping tool that plots possible journeys in what looks like glowing-blue ectoplasm. Isoscope is not a service one would use to…