How to take the fight to the next level in your home city
Toronto, Canada: The city is still a bustling hub of activity.
In fact, it’s the busiest in the world.
The numbers are staggering: the average commute time in Toronto is only about 40 minutes, compared to nearly 2,000 kilometers per year in the US and nearly 10,000 in China.
But the good news is that the Toronto area has one of the lowest rates of car ownership in the country.
According to the Canadian Auto Workers, about 14% of households in Toronto have no vehicles, down from nearly 23% in 2011.
And that figure only drops by about 2 percentage points every year.
This is an important issue for Toronto.
In the 1980s, Toronto was the largest city in Canada with more than a million people.
Today, it is less than half that size.
While car ownership has declined in the city, it hasn’t gone away, according to Toronto’s Transportation Minister, John Tory.
“We’re still at about half the level of the U.S. and China,” Tory said in January.
“It’s still high, but it’s not as high as it was back then.”
To help ease the congestion and congestion-related costs, the city is pushing for a national congestion strategy, a plan to reduce automobile miles traveled and improve vehicle safety.
It’s called a “red-light light” strategy, and the plan aims to improve vehicle visibility and safety by reducing red-light and speed camera tickets.
This strategy aims to increase congestion, but there’s more to the strategy than just lowering red-lights.
The strategy would include:The city is planning to have traffic lights at the intersection of Bloor and Adelaide streets.
It will also be introducing automated traffic signals and automated turn signals to help reduce the number of red lights.
The strategy would also be changing the way drivers are trained, and they would get more advanced training on how to avoid red lights, and when to change lanes.
The plan would also require that all drivers get their lights on at all times, and drivers would get to use advanced warning systems, including turn signals.
The plan would require that drivers get at least 50% of their energy from a gas tank, but the City of Toronto would have to find a way to get it to the point where it can support its plans.
The city has invested millions of dollars to try to get the vehicles that need to get to work from being on the road at all, but Toronto is running into an economic bottleneck.
The TTC, which is supposed to run the subway and buses, is already stretched to the limit.
The city’s plan would help alleviate that problem, but only if the city can keep up with demand.
The City of York says that the city has already reached capacity for about one-third of the vehicles on the TTC.
And many of the buses on the city’s roads are getting older, and their fuel efficiency is lower than they need to be.
The City of Mississauga says that it has already seen a 30% drop in the number and volume of vehicle trips.
The province has said that its own data shows that Mississauga has reduced vehicle traffic by about 30% over the last three years.
It’s easy to think of all of this as an economic issue.
But the real issue is that many people don’t feel that they can afford to drive cars anymore.
They want to be able to afford to live in a city that has better transit, a safer city, and a city with better air quality.
If we can’t reduce congestion, we will have to make decisions about how to improve air quality in the suburbs.
In the last decade, many of these issues have become much more complex, and it’s going to take some time for them to become fully addressed.
But a few years ago, a group of local residents in Toronto asked the city to address the issue of car-sharing and other transportation options in their area.
They wanted the city government to create a new system for sharing cars.
And the city agreed to that request.
So what happens next?
In October, the City’s Department of Transportation will present the plan to the city council.
This will give the city a chance to look at the plan, and determine whether the plan will be adopted or not.
It also will allow the city time to come up with a plan that can be implemented in the near future.