I’m pretty sure this is not possible for most of the folks who drive or take transit to Toronto each day from Barrie…but it’s a nice idea.
The strain of the daily commute can negatively impact performance at work,” the study states.
Using data from the 2013 McGill Commuter Survey, the study examined punctuality and energy levels of commuters, depending on their modes of transportation.
Drivers were the most likely to feel sluggish at work, while bus riders were the most likely to be late.
Cyclists weren’t just more likely to start the day on the right foot, data showed, they’re also most likely to be on time which helps alleviate stress.
“They’re much more on time, they feel more energized when they arrive to work or school,” said study co-author Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, an associate professor at McGill’s School of Urban Planning. “That’s the main difference that you see.”
The one catch — weather. Regardless of your mode of transport, poor weather condition will slow you down and likely add to the stress of the commute.