“That’s 6,500 working age people that have jobs here but aren’t living here and, based on the trip diary information, we can guess maybe 60 per cent of those are coming to the North Shore via car,” she said.
Stretched out in a line, that would be about 20 kilometres of additional traffic, Ma added.
“It’s really substantial. This really emphasizes for us that no matter what we do with transportation, we cannot resolve this if we also do not actively work to improve land use and reduce the need for commuting. … We’re talking about housing affordability.”
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