In Brief

The mapping project allows observers to compare urban mobility in London, New York and Berlin

A project out of the Urban Complexity Lab at the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, cf. city flows is a visualization of urban biking that examines mobility in three cities—London, New York and Berlin—by looking at the bike sharing systems in those differing environments.

As more cities aim to promote methods of transportation that don’t put as much strain on the environment as roads clogged with vehicles, the cf city flows project helps curious observers compare how different cities are faring when it comes to their residents’ ability to move freely and quickly without hopping in a car or grabbing the bus.

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