Point to B

Point to B

Researchers in the Netherlands show that your trip is shorter than you think it is:

When calculating travel times, planners don’t just calculate how long it actually takes to get from point A to point B. They calculate how long people think it takes. And people think it takes more than twice as long as it actually does.

As it turns out:

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[W]hen asked about how they get around, people perceived transit to take 2.3 times as long as driving a car. Interestingly, that number fell when the people surveyed habitually took transit in addition to driving — they were more familiar with what was involved and planned accordingly.

Reality isn’t always logical.