London Video of the Week: London in Motion by Jay Gordon

We know that London’s a 24-hour city, but this fascinating video demonstrates

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how people travel around the capital day and night.

The map illustrate the journeys made by London’s 3.1 million Oyster card holders during one 24-hour period. It was created using data from 16 million daily Oyster transactions, as well as vehicle-location data from the city’s 8,500 buses.

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