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Congestion - 2023 Mayoral By-Election Issues Guide

A line of cars waiting to merger onto the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto

The average driver in Toronto lost 118 hours due to congestion in 2022, costing the region an estimated $11 billion annually in lost productivity and opportunity.

One of the major culprits of congestion in Toronto is the infamous Highway 401 bottleneck that cuts across the north part of the city. This pinch point alone results in over 3 million hours of delays for commuters annually. It’s not the only source, a total of five out of the top ten bottlenecks in Canada are in the Toronto Region.

Congestion Issues Guide

Learn why congestion and easing traffic helps everyone in Toronto.