Pricey fines for motorists in Sydney
Rideable mapped out the data behind an article by Business Insider Australia Speed Camera Article, published 26 August 2015. “The speed camera focused on northbound traffic on the Eastern Distributor in the tunnel between Oxford and William streets, is what NSW treasurer Gladys Berejiklian would call a nice little earner,Read More
We’ve remixed some census data from from 2011 to help us understand how Sydneysiders walk to work. We wanted to get an idea of how walkers ‘flow’ from home to work. Full size visualisations is here Source data: RideableRead More
The most liveable cities according to
Three different takes on measuring “liveability” by three different publications. We popped the results in to a simple Venn diagram to see which cities are common in each of the top 10 ranking liveable cities from Mercer, Monacle and The Economist. Vienna, Vancouver and Sydney make all three!Read More
10 of the most
Mixing ‘top 10s’ from different, often very subjective, independent surveys can be somewhat misleading, but it is fun! The definition of ‘Liveability’. We picked the Economist’s measure of Living Standards which uses “data such crime rates, health statistics, sanitation standards, and expenditures on city services. Their primary clients, government and corporations,Read More
Census data for cyclists
Ever wondered how Sydney connects when it comes to cycle commuting? Check out our new graphic (in beta) on the link below which uses Census data to show how our communities connect to each other while on the daily commute. Latest visualisation here How does it work? Click, zoom and pan aroundRead More
A big reason to ride
The winter commute in Sydney. You gotta feel for these guys in there cars just sitting there idle. This show was taken at the top of Sydney Road, just before Spit Bridge at 7:45am and it’s chocabloc! But only in one lane. The other is totally empty. According to Census 2011Read More
Rideable Bus Stop
Rideable bus stops around SydneyRead More
rideable map
Rideable has pulled in some data from the Census of 2011 as well as bicycle infrastructure layers from the Roads and Maritime Services to produce a new kind of map. You can click on the layers in the left hand navigation menu to switch off/on data as you like. ThisRead More