On the bright side, things are getting better.
Commuters in the worst Canadian cities spent an average of three-and-a-half DAYS sitting in traffic in 2014.
Traffic in Canada is becoming a serious problem. Infrastructure isn’t keeping up as the population grows, and commute times are growing. In a recent study from TomTom, Canadian cities took three of th...
Vancouver has the worst traffic congestion in Canada, says a report that monitors congestion all over North America. The TomTom North American Congestion Index shows that Vancouver not only holds the...