This is a collection of peoples' journeys on a specific day. The idea was to collate data from people I knew, about where they went on one specific morning, at what time, and what mode of transport they used. I then created a visualisation of this data in the form of a map. The circles represent start and end points, as well as interchanges where they change the mode of transport. The rings and circles are placed in order so that the person who was at that specific location the earliest is in the centre, and the person who was there the latest is represented by the outer ring. I have also colour coded each journey - each person is represented by a different colour, and that colour also indicates what mode of transport they have used (although the modes are grouped into two to make it more simple). The warmer colours (brown, red, orange and yellow) represent people who have travelled by car and bus, and the cooler colours (greens and blues) represent people who have travelled by train or on foot. Travelling by train or on foot is considered more environmentally friendly (even though trains can cause pollution, the number of passengers they carry at once counteracts this), which is why the greens and blues were chosen to represent them. The opposite can be said for the warmer colours and the modes of transport that they are associated with.