Monday, August 22, 2011

Canadians feel feds 'far and away not doing enough to support transit,' says CUTA | The Hill Times - Canada's Politics and Government Newsweekly

Canadians feel feds 'far and away not doing enough to support transit,' says CUTA | The Hill Times - Canada's Politics and Government Newsweekly: Traffic congestion in major Canadian cities surpass all U.S. cities, save New York and Washington. In Toronto and Montreal commute times average more than 75 minutes per day; across the country, commuters spend an average of 32 working days a year in congested transit according to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.