Thursday, June 3

More fun with grids

Just ... can't ... stop ... measuring ... grids. Here's some stats on the wide distribution of grid shapes and sizes pulled from around the U.S. (although weighed more heavily toward the Mid-West and West where uniformly gridded cities are more common).

1 comment:

Jarrett at HumanTransit.org said...

Now that's a nerdy poster! But can we get some units on the X axis? Not clear how to reconcile the position of Louisville on the graph with the claim about Mesa in the box.