The Comm(you)te(Everything about you and the carpool)
LA vs. NYC : The one title the 2 cities won't fight over
For the 6th consecutive year, the city of Los Angeles claimed the title for slowest city in peak commute hours, costing the average commuter 102 hours and $1,445 dollars. The city of New York followed closely with the average commuter sitting 92 hours in gridlock.
What MIT says about Carpooling
The MIT researchers estimated that 2,000 four-person cars could cover nearly all (95%) of the demand for taxis in New York City, with an average wait time of less than three minutes.