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Traffic Network Analysis at Times Square

To examine the street network, we make use of open data sources that recorded a detailed street network and the latest traffic data in New York City. Such data sources provide excellent resolution of urban mobility and cover more than 50 percent of total traffic counted who use taxi and for-hire vehicles daily in CBD. Therefore, taking taxi trip data as a proxy for urban movements and spatial interaction and Times Square, we aim to identify the essential elements of the street network in New York City.