Life on the Bus: Timelapse by UrbanTick

Fabian over at UrbanTick notes that most of us travel to work daily and most likely we travel in a mass of fellow travelers towards a destination most likely in a inner city location.

This collective daily migration also known as the rush hour is part of the city beat and pumps trough the city’s veins of streets like a liquid. The public transport plays a major role in this choreographed routine. Here in London its the tube and the big red buses that take the lot.

The daily trip on a London bus as seen from the back, in a timelapse animation by urbanTick for the urbanDiary project. Shot with an iPhone using TimeLapse, processed via Quick Time:

tlBusDailyRoute_090512 from urbanTick on Vimeo.

Music “If You Are the One to Take Me Home” by ::thinkstandard:: at

UrbanTick is a blog that comes out of the CASA fold, take a look at his latest post on the mental maps of daily commuting.

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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