Does high gas prices affect Manhattan.. ? Many people walk.. Wouldn't high gas prices get more people walking and cause traffic. How do New Yorkers feel about High Gas prices does it affect them at all..?
I don't think walking can be seen as a major substitute for driving. It's not like people are gonna walk from Harlem to lower Manhattan or something like that.Does high gas prices affect Manhattan.. ? Many people walk.. Wouldn't high gas prices get more people walking and cause traffic. How do New Yorkers feel about High Gas prices does it affect them at all..?
I posted a similar post on SSP. I never noticed a gas station while in Manhattan. From what I hear there are some on the outskirts of the island.It just dawned on me that I can't ever remember seeing a gas station in Manhattan and I spent many summers in NYC growing up. I know there are a lot of cars there, where do they get their gas? To NYC residents, where are Mahanttan's gas stations?
In Chicago (and most certainly new york) expensive gas stations can be sometimes be found inside parking garages near important office buildings. Maybe that is what you saw with google?Google Earth has the option to show gas stations. I can't find a lot of them in Manhattan. There should be one on Wall Street, but that seems to be more like an office or something. I can't imagine that there would be a gas station right on Wall Street.
My sister does it all the time man.I wonder if many people who actually have a car in Manhattan go to the other side of the Hudson to take advantage of the nearly 40 cent discount of prices in New Jersey. However, I think that tolls sort of make it more pointless to do so. Prices are still below $4 there, I believe. :shocked: