Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Traffic jams from 416 to 905

The governments own statistics, the Cordon Count, align with this Toronto Star story.

The 2006 tally of cars travelling designated roads in Toronto and surrounding region shows non-traditional commutes are increasingly the norm with relatively fewer cars heading into the city's core, or central business district, and more of us heading to jobs in the suburbs or the 905 communities, often skirting Toronto's borders altogether.

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