The theme for the Transportation Techies event this month was Capital Bikeshare. This is the bike sharing service in Washington DC. Information is available on every trip and every station. Lots of analyses are possible with all this data. This event was the seventh on this theme.
I had not worked with geographical or transportation data before this so I learned a lot. I treated the stations as cities in the traveling salesperson problem. I then calculated the shortest path visiting all the stations.
I was able to do this using open data and open source software. This included customizing the calculation of distances for cycling.
The slides I presented include links to all the data and software used. The code I wrote is available on github. I include a Dockerfile for running the routing software with data for the Washington DC region.