The state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism on Monday released data on “commuter adjusted” daytime population on Oahu.

It shows where all the people go during the workweek, basically — kinda cool, especially if you want to avoid certain areas due to traffic.

“How many people stay in an area during typical business hours, and how many workers commute in and out of the area on a typical workday is important information needed for various planning purposes,” DBEDT says in a press release.

The data is based on commuting of workers who include people 16 years and over, employed either full-time or part-time and at work during the reference week.

Enjoy the map and chart, below. Click here to view them all as well as DBEDT’s press release.

Oahu commute map


Oahu commute chart


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