Tuesday, September 13, 2011

IBM Finds 45% of NY Commuters Stressed by Traffic- Stress Levels Brought on by Next Parking Ticket Still Unknown...

I.B.M. recently released its fourth annual Global Commuter Pain survey, which looks at the connection between traffic congestion and the stress it causes commuters in the world's largest cities.  This year’s survey is based on responses from 8,042 commuters in 20 cities.

The index suggests a big disparity in the pain of the daily commute, with Mexico City, at a score of 108, outranking all other cities surveyed and Montreal, at 21, reporting the lowest level.

Cities near the top included Beijing with 95, Nairobi with 88 and Moscow with a score of 65. New York came in relatively low, with a score of 28.

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