Mānoa Pedestrian Movement Study
MKThink's Pedestrian Movement Study illuminates how people move through the UH Mānoa campus. Sensors were used to anonymously count the number of WiFi-enabled devices that moved through the campus during the Fall 2018 semester, allowing analysts to estimate pedestrian traffic on campus. The average weekday visualized in the animation below shows that campus activity comes alive in the morning and winds down in the evening.
We're interested in learning what you see in the patterns of movement.
From your perspective, what is driving activity on campus?
Where on campus do you currently see no activity where there could be some?
What would encourage you to use the campus more often?
Please share you thoughts in the comment box below!