Interactive Tube Map Will Tell You How Londoners Are Getting To Work


We always wondered why our commute on the London Underground involved so many faces in armpits… It turns out it’s not just half of London that crams itself onto the tube every morning, it’s pretty much ALL OF IT. This interactive map uses the 2011 census data and office of national statistics to show how different people travel to work every day – but where do you fit in?


Amidst the sea of orange, there’s a few pockets of purple in places like Camberwell and Stoke Newington, where perhaps unsurprisingly, the big red bus is just about the only way to go. The colour green marks those of us who travel on foot, or in other words, those of us with enough money to live anywhere near the centre of town… Bastards.


The only thing that surprised us was the lack of cyclists but perhaps this is something to do with the fact that the data was gathered in 2011 before two wheels became such a trend. On the next one we’d like to see where hoverboads fit in…

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