Road transport is the most common form of transportation in nearly every country around the World. Billions of people hit the streets daily to get to work, school and many other places. The convenience of hopping into a car and just driving to your destination without the need of sticking to timetables or the plans of other people makes it immensely popular.
After the warm reception of the elevation span graph we made a couple of days ago, here is another epic chart displaying the number of people who would need to relocate if the sea levels rose by 5 meters. Projections put this happening in a couple of hundred years, meaning it is real and valid threat.
Today, we have a #dataviz showing all the tornadoes in the contiguous United States from 2000 until 2015. As you can see, most tornadoes form in the Midwestern and Southeastern United States. But not all! The main takeaway from this map is that tornadoes can form pretty much everywhere east of the Rocky Mountains.
Today, we have an epic graph instead of a map. It shows the distance between the highest and lowest point in every country in the World. Enjoy!