Good correlates how Americans get to work with obesity rates in a map-like infographic that is, well, information-dense and hard to follow at a glance. You have to look closely at each state’s box to see where they rank. There are five variables at play here — would there have been a better way of doing this? Via brownpau.
A map released by the European Commission and the World Bank models the accessibility (and isolation) of various parts of the world. It’s a heat map that shows the travel time to major cities (here defined as 50,000 or more people). The oceans show shipping lane density. Via MAPS-L.
Ken Arroyo Ohori writes, “The Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transport provides good maps on all forms of transportation in Mexico. Maps are divided by state and have just been updated.” The maps are good-quality PDFs, which means they’re big files. The state maps are found on this page; there’s also a smaller-scale national map.
Previously: Atlas of Mexico.