Commuter Hall of Fame

Commuter Hall of Fame #15 – Melissa

Melissa takes the TTC from downtown Toronto to her workplace in Vaughan because it allows her time to read or listen to podcasts along with being a more affordable option. If you switched from a different mode, why did you switch and how is this new commute better for you? I did not switch to […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #14 – Liz

Tell us your commuter story, what made you choose your sustainable commute mode? I decided to walk as part of my commute to and from work. I now walk for 30 minutes to catch my bus to and from work each day. A great way to start my day with a good walk, getting fresh […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #13 – Reece

Reece switched from driving to transit after discovering public transit was faster as well as less expensive. What is your favourite part of your commute? While the drivers in Toronto are stuck on the busiest highways and the roads downtown, I’m cruising listening to my podcasts or my favourite songs. What advice would you give […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #12 – Jared

Jared started cycling as a way to rehabilitate after an injury. Although he was afraid of cycling in Toronto at first, he knew it was the fastest, healthiest and most effective way of travelling. If you switched from a different mode, why did you switch and how is this new commute better for you? I […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #11 – Pamela, RBC’s Top Transit Commuter

Pamela, at RBC’s York Mills location has been named a Top Transit Commuter in recognition of her all-star level transit usage. Here she tells us why taking public transit makes the most sense for her. How long have you been taking transit for? I’ve been taking public transit for about 8 years now. What made […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #10 – Alyson, York University’s Top Cyclist commuter

Alyson was named one of York University’s Top Cyclists for 2016. Here she tell us how she got on with the summer cycling pledge she made this Bike to Work Day. During Bike to Work Day you pledged to ‘ride 100km’, how is it going so far? The longest I did this summer was 70km but […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #9 – Cindy, 111 Gordon Baker Rd’s Top Shuttle Commuter

  Cindy has been named the Gordon Baker Road Shuttle Top Commuter for 2015. We tracked her down to find out why the shuttle makes the most sense for her. How long have you been taking the shuttle for? Since August 2015. What made you switch to the shuttle from your previous mode of transport? […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #8 – Melissa, York University’s Top Cyclist commuter

Melissa was named York University’s Top Cyclist for 2016. Here she tell us how she got on with the summer cycling pledge she made this Bike to Work Day. During Bike to Work Day you pledged to ‘Bike to school every day, May – September 2016”, how is it going so far? So far so good! […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #7 – Daniela, City of Vaughan’s Most Unlikely Cyclist

Daniela was named City of Vaughan’s Most Unlikely Cyclist for 2016. Here she tells us why she loves her new commute. During Bike to Work Day you pledged to promote a cycling group at work, how is it going so far? I have been promoting cycling at work throughout Vaughan Public Libraries (VPL). As the winner […]

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Commuter Hall of Fame #6 – Sharron, 200 Yorkland Blvd’s Top Shuttle Commuter

 Sharron has been named the Consumer’s Road Shuttle Top Commuter for 2015. We tracked her down to find out why the shuttle makes the most sense for her. How long have you been taking transit for? I’ve been riding the shuttle for about one year. What made you switch to public transit from your previous […]

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