Connectivity

measure of street connectivity in Cincinnati and Dayton

The context for this map is here. Basically, it’s showing the degree to which streets, pulled from OSM, are connected at both their ends, or not. Dead-ending streets were identified recursively (details in the link) and assigned negative weights. The centroids of street segments were then rendered with a 5km radius kernal density, weighted by length. Warm colors are more connected than not.

The two cities shown are Cincinnati and Dayton. Cincinnati is divided by the Ohio River.