Bochenek, Steven

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Steven is a regular contributor to and former editor of Daily XY, an online magazine for guys from Canada's biggest cities. In 2013, he began contributing regular features to Autos.ca, though his auto writing has appeared in assorted other Canadian publications, ad hoc. He has attended the summer and winter sessions of BMW Advanced Driver Training, and Porsche's Camp4 winter driving training. His interests include running, skiing, making music and self-promoting in the third person. Oh, and driving.

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Recent Articles:

  1. 400 Reasons to not assume a highway will ease Greater Toronto traffic

    Steven Bochenek

    Ontario is considering adding another major traffic corridor to relieve gridlock around the GTA—it won't work

  2. #WeTheCongested: What do the Raptors’ wins mean for Toronto traffic?

    Steven Bochenek

    Basketball fan planning on doing some celebrating downtown? You might want to have a set of transit plans in place

  3. Drivers Want: An enforced culture shift in GTA driving during Code Blue weather

    Steven Bochenek

    Seriously people, slow down.

     

  4. Disruptured: Just how well does Uber treat its ‘Partner’ drivers?

    Steven Bochenek

    The commercials make it seem so glamourous...

     

  5. Why more roads never was, still isn’t, and never will be a solution to gridlock

    Steven Bochenek

    More roads simply means congestion in more places.

     

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