New York City Map Showing How Many Jobs Are Accessible From Your Neighborhood

In a new transportation study from NYU's Rudin Center, researchers ranked 177 New York City neighborhoods by the number of jobs accessible by public transit in less than an hour during rush hour.

Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen are the best neighborhoods for job access, according to the study. North Chelsea had 4.8 million jobs accessible, as compared to lowest-ranking South Staten Island, which had only 42,275. Neighborhoods in bronx, Queens and Staten Island are the least accessible. Flatlands had the worst access in Brooklyn, coming in at number 171.

It's clear there is work to be done here in making more jobs available to more New York residents living in the outer boroughs. How did your neighborhood do?

via DNAinfo

Matt Coneybeare

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