Transit tripped up: the effect of COVID-19 and the future of public transit
By taking away many of the things so many Canadians love about cities, the pandemic has shown us the value of urban life that many of us take for granted.
The C.D. Howe Institute estimates an economic loss of $1.7-billion for the Toronto region of reduced agglomeration benefits due to low travel levels mid-pandemic from reduced TTC ridership, writes Benjamin Dachis. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay