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The temporal variation of the citywide average travel times (see Methods) to frequently visited locations is illustrated in Fig. 1. The two transport modes display rather different temporal patterns. For car use, Sydney and Stockholm have two distinct peaks during morning and afternoon rush hours, while São Paulo and Amsterdam show elevated travel time during daytime, with less pronounced rush-hour peaks. For PT, the travel time is generally longer from midnight to dawn when services are suspended or infrequent. In São Paulo, close to 80% of the grid is accessible by PT. Stockholm, Sydney, and Amsterdam have less coverage, in succession. Sydney has the most time-variable coverage, measured by the change in the share of grid cells that can access the destinations over the course of a typical weekday. Figure 2 shows the spatiotemporal variation in the travel time ratio (\(R\)) for the origin locations in each city. During peak hours, \(R\) varies less with location than at other times of day. In Amsterdam, the maximum share of grid cells that can access the destinations is around 40% which is much lower than the other cities (Fig. 1). This is a result of the polycentric urban structure with PT provision concentrated along corridors in Amsterdam (Fig. 2).
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The temporal variation of \(R\) shown in Fig. 4(a) suggests that the average travel time ratio is around 2 throughout most of the day, and the highest disparity between the two modes occurs between midnight and before dawn, when PT service is typically reduced or not running at all. The share of area that favours PT over car use is very small: 0.62%, 0.44%, 1.10% and 1.16% (daily average) or 0.65%, 0.48%, 1.22% and 1.19% (during peak hours) for São Paulo, Sydney, Stockholm, and Amsterdam, respectively. Figure 4(b) shows how the travel time ratio changes as travel time by car increases. It turns out that PT outperforms cars on shorter trips, for trips with car travel times larger 18 min the disparity increases in favour of the car, and for longer trips the disparity between the two modes slowly decreases.
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