WYNC, a New York public radio station, created this interactive "travel time" visualization to go along with a story it aired on the lengthening commute times for people "of lesser means" being pushed out of Manhattan. All you have to do is pick a starting point to see subway travel times to everywhere else in NYC. The tool includes travel times for the Staten Island Railway, but not ferries, buses... or bikes. To build the interactive map, developers said: "We divided NYC into 2,930 hexagons and calculated the time it would take to travel by subway and walking from the center of each hexagon to every other using OpenTripPlanner and the MTA's subway schedule data. We simulated each trip as starting at 9 a.m. on a weekday." They also noted that the 4.3 million calculations "took four extra-large Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud instances just under a week to complete."