A by-numbers look at the future of getting to work.
Whether they get to work by lanes, trains or ferries, commuters around the world are increasing in number, and cities are taking notice. The investment in public transportation, in the infrastructure and convenience of daily travel, is not cheap, currently ranging from a cost of $2,492 in Istanbul to $9,229 in New York per commuter. By expanding their networks, however, cities around the world are getting ready for a booming return on their investment. Explore this infographic for a by-numbers peek at the future of getting to work around the world.