The average monthly value of all three services — carpool, public transit and public transportation — is $10,600 in Calgary, according to data from the Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
The data comes as the city of Calgary is considering a plan to build a transit-oriented development on the site of the old Carling store.
The proposal was presented to city council earlier this month.
The Chamber has called for more options for Calgary residents to take transit to work, school and shopping.
Carpool, a public transportation option, has more than 100,000 monthly users and has been the most popular option since 2010, according the data.
The Chamber said it will study the city’s transit options in the coming weeks.
The average monthly price of carpool in Calgary is $9,935, according, the data shows.
Public transit, which includes public transit options like walking and riding in buses, taxis and subways, is cheaper at $8,923.
The cheapest public transit option is public transit to and from the University of Calgary, at $5,093.
The cost of car parking in Calgary was $6,097, while the cost of a car for public transportation to work was $7,868, according.