||75% of Downtown and Centre residents moved to their current homes from another location within the City of Toronto.|
||Access to public transit was the number one reason given by residents for choosing to live in a Centre. For Downtown residents, being close to work was the most important reason.|
||For Downtown and Centre residents, the most important reasons for a future move to a new home involve improving their housing – more space, more affordable, or to own. Most will move within their local area or stay within the City of Toronto.|
||Over 35% of residents in each Centre use transit to get to work or school, with this level rising to over 50% in North York and Yonge-Eglinton.|
||Walking is easily the most popular mode of travel to work or school for those living Downtown.|
||Downtown and Centre residents enjoy living close to various amenities such as shopping, community and cultural facilities, transportation networks and services.|
|| Downtown and Centre residents
see housing affordability and traffic
congestion as the most common negative aspects of their areas.
|| Overall, Downtown and Centre
residents tend to be very satisfied with
the areas in which they live – offering an average satisfaction rating of 8.1
(on a scale of 1 to 10).