A visual analytics tool for smart city transportation
Bus stop location at high-resolution (example of Tel Aviv region shown). Calculates the percentage of residents that have access to public transportation
With high-resolution maps, you are able to zoom in and explore a specific area
From the example right, only 44% of the population has access to public transportation due to misplaced stations! The blue-bordered buildings (red center) indicate buildings over 8 stories tall, with most of them falling outside the bus coverage area (green shading).
Service Area Map - door to door travel time calculations from all buildings in the metropolitan area to a given destination.
In the example, the service area for the four main train stations in Tel Aviv is shown.
Before-After Comparisons - Changes in job accessibility, travel times or other factors across the metropolitan under different conditions.
This map shows the change in the number of jobs accessible within 45 minutes from Tel Aviv- Jaffa, at 7:15am comparing 2015 vs 2010. This follows the implementation of a new public transportation plan in 2011.
Simulations - Test the impact of adding/removing bus lines, changing station locations or frequency on different variables.
This map shows the impact of the #1 line in Tel Aviv on total door to door travel time.
Percentage of Population with Access to a Bus Stop
Service Area Map- door to door travel time to train stations
Comparative analysis of accessibility to jobs between 2015 Vs. 2010
The Effect of Line 1 on the Total Travel Time
Or Yehuda (in Tel Aviv) Bus Coverage Area