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Getting to Work

We work with employers to encourage employees to explore and try out smart travel options.

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Getting to School

We work with community and government partners to encourage active and sustainable school travel.

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Community Initiatives

We work with transportation demand management (TDM) stakeholders in the regional and local municipalities to support TDM initiatives related to land use policy, walking and cycling.

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Getting to Work

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Smart Commute helps anyone who is going from A to B explore and try out smart travel options. Our goal is to ease gridlock while helping you save time and money.

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    Smart Commute in Transit

    Here at Smart Commute, we like to think of ourselves as sustainable transportation aficionados. We love working with workplaces in the GTHA to share our knowledge about commuting options, like public transit, carpooling, cycling, walking, teleworking and more. So when there’s something innovative happening in the transportation world to help make getting from A to […]

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    Smart Commute Week – by the numbers!

    It takes Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) residents an average of 82 minutes a day to commute from home to work. Considering that 70 per cent of commuters in Toronto, for instance, travel to work by car, it’s no wonder that we are plagued by traffic congestion. During Smart Commute Week GTHA residents were […]

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    Honda Canada – First Auto Manufacturer to Join Smart Commute

    Honda Canada joined the Smart Commute program because it aligns with their core values and 2020 Vision. A key aspect of this vision is to reduce the environmental impact of business operations. The recent launch of a carpool program at their head office campus in Markham, Ontario is one step towards this goal. Considering that […]

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