This article is about New York facing a possible transit strike next week. In it your mayor appears to expect people who start driving cars to stop and pick up riders at specified points. And if I read the article correctly, it would appear cars with less than 4 people riding (2 on weekends) will not be allowed. While I applaud the mayor seeking to use the community loyalty and pride to help solve this potential problem I bet the law offices of New York firms are scanning resumes as we speak for more lawyers to help the case load after anybody with an unpleasant experience sues the city. Will this work or am I excessively pessimistic?