Ten Things You Should Know About New York City Traffic

Howwedrive.com’s Ten Things You Should Know About New York City Traffic gives a fresh take on some little known facts about NYC traffic. This list is written by Tom Vanderbilt, author of New York Times bestselling book, Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do. Some of the highlights include:

The clearance phase here is about 1.7 seconds (e.g., when one set of lights turn red, the others will go green approximately that much later).

Smokers, and people on cell-phones, walk more slowly than other New Yorkers (4.17 f/s and 4.20 f/s, respectively, versus an average of 4.28 f/s for all pedestrians).

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