Garfield Neighborhood Greenway
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Expand the project’s horizons. Rideshed™ shows routes taken on shared bike and scooter trips that travel to, from, or through the green project area. Here’s a representative month of data. You can see this facility connects people all across the city.
Before and After Heatmap
Use the slider to contrast routes taken by people on shared bikes and scooters before and after the project was completed, visualizing the transformation. Click on a segment to view and compare changes in ridership.
Difference in Trip Volume
Click on segments to view the tangible change in the number of trips in and around the project corridor. This map displays the actual increase or decrease in trip volumes on shared bikes and scooters after project implementation. Red segments denote more trips taken; blue segments signify fewer trips.
Difference in Trip Popularity
Click on segments to discover how route preferences have shifted in comparison to the entire network. This map displays the relative change in trips taken on shared bikes and scooters after the project, compared to the overall changes across all routes. Red segments show routes that have become more popular compared to others; blue segments indicate routes that have lost popularity.
Gain insights from our data partners at Streetlight. These initial findings explore how the project might have influenced driving behavior like driving speeds and volume.
Our Multimodal Data Pilot
Ride Report’s Impacts incorporates relevant datasets to measure multimodal outcomes of projects and policies against public agency goals. For this pilot, we leveraged Streetlight InSight® which uses Connected Vehicle Data, the Internet of Things, and other data sources to provide multimodal mobility insights. Since 2011, Streetlight has harnessed hundreds of sources to generate on-demand information to empower transportation decisions.