Taxi Ride Stats for Midtown East to World Trade Center

The taxi ride from Midtown East to World Trade Center should only take you (on average) about 26 minutes.

This makes sense, as the total driving distance is (on average) 5.88 miles. If your ride has been much longer than this, I’d check in with your driver to make sure you aren’t on some alternate path.

This is much better than the walking, as walking would take about 103. minutes to walk from Midtown East to World Trade Center at a 17.5 minutes per mile pace.

This taxi ride, from Midtown East to World Trade Center should only cost you (on average) $28.3 including tip. If you get a bill that is much higher than this, I’d double check that something was not misscalculated by your taxi driver.

When new to the city, tipping is always something we recieve emails about. The average tip for Midtown East to World Trade Center is 4.5. While, we do see people tip 0.0, and our records indicate that the maximum tip for this route is $55.0

The total cost above included the average tip, and in New York City, it’s expected that you tip your drivers.

The trip from from Midtown East to World Trade Center will include an MTA Tax of 0.4, which we already included in the $28.3 above.

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Taxi Ride Statistics for Midtown East to World Trade Center

Statistic Value
Pick Up Borough Manhattan
Pick Up Zone Midtown East
Drop Off Borough Manhattan
Drop Off Zone World Trade Center
Average Trip Distance 5.88 miles
Average Cost $28.3
Average Tip $4.5
Maximum Tip Seen $55.0
Minimum Tip Seen $0.0
Average Trip Duration 26 minutes
Average MTA Tax $0.49
Walking Time 103.07 minutes

Why We Love World Trade Center?

The World Trade Center in New York is one of the most iconic and renowned landmarks in the world.

It’s a symbol of strength, resilience, and hope.

The towers were destroyed on September 11, 2001, but they were rebuilt and reopened in 201.

How We Calculate Our Numbers

All of our statistics come from real-world data.

For example, for this subset of the data, we take all records for Midtown East to World Trade Center and average them together.

While your trip may be slightly different, we believe this general approach to information gathering can help you while you are new to the city.

Use these numbers as a guiding light, they may not be exact for your journey

New York City is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and we hope you enjoy your trip!

Remember to Tip Your Drivers!

Cost Per Mile Breakdown From Location to World Trade Center