More people commuting into city’s downtown, survey shows

EDMONTON – Growing numbers of people are going downtown to study, work or unwind, but fewer of them are taking a car, a city transportation study shows.

About 49,600 commuters stayed in Edmonton’s core during a typical weekday last September, up 24 per cent from a similar study done in 2009, according to the central business district cordon count released last month.

Read more: