The New York Times Made an Animated History of the City’s Love-Hate Relationship With Commuting

The original elevated railway on Greenwich Street, initially pulled by a cable, was soon replaced by a steam locomotive.
The original elevated railway on Greenwich Street, initially pulled by a cable, was soon replaced by a steam locomotive.

The New York Times has created an whimsical interactive article about the history of commuting in New York City. The article starts with "phrenzy" of the Brooklyn Ferry in 1814 and goes up to today's Citi Bike revolution. Each transportation mode they highlight has a cute video attached to it and a short blurb about the City's reaction to the new mode of commuting. To see all the different modes, check out the full interactive article on the New York Times.

via The New York Times

Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their dog. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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