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Trips Taken in Chicago April and September 2020

One interesting finding in comparing the Chicago trip data of April 2020 and September 2020, surprisingly, resides in a huge difference in time-travel pattern — both in terms of a week and in regard to a day. The result shows that in April, Chicago residents tended to travel during weekday nights, while in the weekends, they would not travel at any time. Conversely, in September, trips in weekdays were taken almost evenly in terms of morning, afternoon and night, while in weekends, the number of trip suddenly become very large in most Chicago communities.