The traffic congestion crisis is lengthening traveling times for people, goods, and services to painful levels. Toronto’s traffic woes are legendary, with commuters spending hours stuck in gridlock each week. The city is exploring various solutions, including improved public transit, dedicated bike lanes, and smart traffic management systems. However, experts argue that a more comprehensive approach, including better urban planning and incentives for alternative transportation methods, will be necessary to truly alleviate the city’s congestion issues.

Was it too little and too late? Is there anything that can be done in the interim? Maybe it’s painful now, but with public transit expansion and more, maybe our outside just requires a bit of patience and long-suffering.