Here's a dirty secret about systems like the Boris bike: Bikes don't end up distributed evenly across the system, so most cities use trucks to shuffle the bikes around to where they're needed most at different times of day.
If your journey to work through London is marred by the odd late tube train, spare a thought for how hard the network works during peak times. This visualisation of TfL data by Spatial Analysis shows that peak Central Line journeys combined travel far enough to get you to Australia every day. Click through for the full-sized map. [TimeOut]
A silly Australian train traveller failed to mind the clearly advertised gap, getting his leg stuck between train and platform. Watch as a hoard of commuters help to free him – by tipping the train carriage.