Canadians on the move – 5 transportation facts

Jun 01, 2017   | Categories: Canadian Fuels Association, Energy, Fossil Fuels, Fuels
Despite, or perhaps because of our vast geography, we take to the roads, rails and skies with gusto, racking-up impressive distances.

Here are five interesting facts about how far we go — for business, pleasure and visiting far-flung relatives and friends across Canada. You might be surprised by the numbers and the ever-increasing activity across transportation modes.

Before you hit the road, you may also want to check out our previous post on fuel-saving tips.  

Canadian roads

Canadian travel

Canada roads

Air travel

Innercity rail
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