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Little Hunter Street hosts a temporary art installation called "The Meeting Place", as part of the Laneways: By George! Hidden Networks project. This colourful, narrowed laneway encourages participation and interaction by pedestrians walking through this urban space. The laneway connects Hunter Street to a shopping arcade, located below a skyscraper called Australia Square.

Cliff Garten Studio have created an excellent project with excellent spacial qualities, creating a multi-functional and artistic public space.

This visualization shows the usage patterns for the public bike-share system in London. Blue represents mostly full stations during the day. Brown represents stations mostly full in the evening. It's easy to see the commuting patterns: Bikes are used to go downtown in the morning and to go back home during the evening.