How has your commute changed?

The number of commuters to the North Shore has risen by nine per cent since the last census, according to recent  data. Now, about 40 per cent of people who work on the North Shore come from other municipalities. Some say this is partially the reason for increased traffic on and off bridges connecting North Vancouver to other areas. More people have been coming into the region in the past years, as opposed to more people commuting off of the North Shore. We wanted to know how people’s daily commutes have changed in the past five years.

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