|Mode of transportation (20)||Commuting type (5)|
|Total - Commuting type||Work in CSD of residence||Work in a different CSD in CD of residence||Work in a different CSD and CD in province of residence||Work in a different province|
|Total - Mode of transportationFootnote 3||1,618,050||788,715||229,375||594,735||5,220|
|Total - Car, truck or van||1,109,840||428,620||183,480||494,405||3,345|
|Car, truck or van as a driver||1,055,455||402,910||173,910||475,535||3,095|
|3 or more people||15,095||6,755||2,195||6,070||70|
|Car, truck or van as a passenger||54,390||25,710||9,570||18,870||240|
|3 or more people||7,650||3,520||1,245||2,810||70|
|Total - Sustainable transportation||494,890||350,645||44,645||98,070||1,540|
|Subway or elevated rail||152,740||114,145||8,595||29,860||135|
|Light rail, streetcar or commuter train||31,635||6,195||5,995||19,410||35|
|Motorcycle, scooter or moped||2,620||1,530||410||680||0|
- Footnote 1
Refers to the distance, in kilometres, between the respondent's residence and his or her usual place of work. Commuting distance is calculated as the straight line distance between the residence of the respondent and his or her place of work.
- Footnote 2
Excludes National Household Survey data for one or more incompletely enumerated Indian reserves or Indian settlements.
- Footnote 3
The National Household Survey assumes that the commute to work originates from the usual place of residence, but this may not always be the case. In some cases, respondents may be on a business trip and may have reported their place of work or mode of transportation based on where they were working during the trip. Some persons maintain a residence close to work and commute to their home on weekends. Students often work after school at a location near their school. As a result, the data may show unusual commutes and an unusual mode of transportation.
Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey, Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 99-012-X2011064.