And other patterns from a new Election Atlas of New York voting results.
Conceptual artist Nobutaka Aozaki asks New York tourists for directions scribbled on a napkin, receipt, or stray piece of paper.
Since the emergence of E-Z Pass twenty years ago, toll passes have remained largely a regional game. Not for long.
Tokyo made a guide to its labyrinthine underground network. But despite their good intentions, it may as well have been drawn by M.C. Escher.
A new federal report says the costs of intermodal air-and-rail hubs outweigh the benefits in all but a "limited number of places."
With the new Hi app, users can submit stories or pictures of any spot.
It's a pretty impressive snapshot of the transportation networks of large stretches of the globe.
Public transit nerds, prepare to geek out.
A 141 square-mile island vanished from Google Maps, and the company has yet to restore it. What do glitches mean for little-known places?
Just not always for the better: "I've deliberately designed maps that are deliberately horrible to look at, and succeeded."
Even around 1918, the public-transit system in New York was fairly robust.
Smallpox maliciously released in London would spread to several countries before governments could intervene, a new model predicts.
A vast new national study showing how income mobility dramatically varies by city.
In this unusual visualization, America's steady user rise is shown as a sea of swollen red discoids.
A new Department of Energy mapping tool reveals that climate change has already contributed to blackouts and raised utility bills for many Americans.
With "Midge Forecast," Scots can safely navigate their way around clouds of teensy biting flies.
OpenStreetMap and other free, online tools have allowed anyone to become a cartographer.
The Trayvon Martin case and how the definition of justice differs across America.
Telling encoded stories of politics, natural disasters and social movements.