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Canadian cities can't beat L.A., Moscow or New York on gridlock.
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Canada's worst bottlenecks result in 11.5 million hours worth of delays per year.
There's growing recognition that prioritizing transit is crucial to moving a region forward. Transit-oriented cities have better air quality with lower greenhouse gas emissions and benefit from reduced traffic congestion with shorter commuting times. Evidence even shows people in cities with a range of transportation options, like Vancouver, are less sedentary, get more exercise and are happier and healthier as a result.
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