Calgary’s Roads Receive High Marks Despite Increasing Commute Times

Nearly One-Third (29%) Of Calgarians Have Seen Their Commute Time Increase Over The Past Five Years

Yet, Calgary’s Road System Receives High Marks Overall (71% Good)

Majority Of Calgarians (66%) Think The City Is Doing A Good Job Maintaining Winter Roads

Only 44% Of Calgarians Willing To Pay An Additional Fee To Finance Improved Plowing Of Residential Streets

Saturday, September 17, 2005

Calgary, AB – As summer vacations come to an end and Calgarians return to work and school, a new Ipsos Reid/Calgary Herald poll finds that nearly one-third (29%) of Calgarians have seen an overall increase in their typical daily commute time over the past five years. Another four-in-ten (41%) indicate their commute time has not...

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Calgary’s Roads Receive High Marks Despite Increasing Commute Times

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