A new report from Waze shows that Canadian drivers in a few major cities are starting to get back on the road as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to calm.
A report from mid-April showed that Canadians were driving less during the height of the pandemic, but since then it’s slowly beginning to climb back up.
The most recent data shows drivers in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Calgary are about half as active as they were before the pandemic. Specifically, the rates are down to about 41 percent compared to what they were in February, according to iPhone in Canada.
This is interesting data, and it will be exciting to see if it levels out at this point for a few more months or if things accelerate back to normal.
Source: iPhone in Canada