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General Social Survey on Time Use: Cycle 19

Catalogue no. 89-622-XWE

The time it takes to get to work and back

Rush-hour road congestion is a problem common to most major urban areas in Canada. Many workers believe they are taking increasingly longer to get to work. But how accurate are these perceptions? This study documents changes in workers' travel times between home and work and identifies factors that have the greatest effect on travel time.


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