It’s nice living in a city enjoy Toronto where you can definitely survive with public transferation.
- There are several options between buses, subways, taxis, plus Ubers.
And if you have the legs, you can definitely walk or ride a bicycle to your chosen endpoint. I enjoy having an house that is only 8 miles away from my boss’s office. It gives me a lot of leniency regarding the way I get to toil in the days. For instance, if I want to get a lot of exercise plus I get up early enough to budget the time, I can just walk to work. If I’m entirely tired plus just need to rest my body while it wakes up a little, I can jump on the bus or take the subway to the station closest to the office. But if for some reason I get up a little late for the subway, I can jump on my bicycle plus high-tail it to the office plus get there surprisingly quick if I go fast enough. I take the subway more often when I’m going longer distances throughout the city. Old Toronto for instance is a bit far from my house for me to try plus ride my bike. It would turn into a day-long trip plus I would need to account for potential popped bike tires plus other downsides on my journey. I wanted to try a up-to-date cannabis cafe in Old Toronto that I study about online. The subway wasn’t as tied up that day plus I arrived at the cafe at least 10 minutes faster than my phone had expected when I punched in the coordinates on my maps app.