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Seniors’ access to transportation

Martin Turcotte

In today’s society, it is more difficult for a person to be active and independent if their access to transportation is limited. One might think that older people are more vulnerable than other Canadians to limits on their mobility. But to what extent is this really the case? And to what degree are seniors with limited access to transportation affected in their daily lives? This article answers these questions and others using data from the 2005 General Social Survey (GSS) on time use.


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