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Traffic in Saint John's, Canada

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We estimate that in this city, due to travelling to work/school, per passenger is produced yearly 949.62kg of CO2. It is needed 43.62 trees for each passenger to produce enough oxygen to cover that. Formulas used for this estimation

Main Means of Transportation to Work or School

Working from Home 11.11%
Walking 33.33%
Car 55.56%
Bike 0.00%
Motorbike 0.00%
Bus/Trolleybus 0.00%
Tram/Streetcar 0.00%
Train/Metro 0.00%

Average when primary using Walking

Distance 2.00 km
Walking 15.00 min
Driving Car 3.33 min
Overall 18.33 min

Average when primary using Car

Distance 15.72 km
Walking 0.40 min
Driving Car 21.80 min
Overall 22.20 min

Overall Average Travel Time and Distance to Work (School)

Distance 10.57 km
Overall 20.75 min

Contributors: 9

Last update: September 2019

These data are based on perceptions of visitors of this website in the past 3 years.

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2 Comments so far

#Anonymous on Jun 14, 2016 :
To MIKE: There are two local television stations broadcasting HD signals in the city. I receive both of them over the air for free. One antenna, pointed at NTV cost me thirty dollars at The Source. The other, tuned for CBC (Channel 8) I built by hand and had to pay $5.00 for the matching transformer and about $10 for a splitter/combiner. Reception is perfect. I recently switced to a Rogers bundle of Internet, TV and Telephone which costs me $99 plus HST. Without TV, I was paying Aliant $195 for Internet, Telephone and one smartphone.

How much more would you pay for tuition and fees in a PhD program in Tooronto, Montreal, Vancouver or Calgary?
#MIKE on Apr 08, 2016 :
1. This city is small(=boring) and therefore there is no traffic issue. Buses work regularly. If you are student (like me) or don't have children, you may live without a car. But, as you know, car makes the live easier (if you can have one).
2. The rent is not cheap in this city. My wife and I live in a one bedroom apartment with $995 monthly (heat and hot water included). There is an additional monthly fee ($30) for light/electricity. We also have to pay $70 for our internet access. We don't have TV.
3. I have lived for 3.5 years in this city. Since I like bigger cities with better amenities, I will move to another cities in 6 months when I finish my PhD.