Event description: The COVID-19 pandemic has been hugely disruptive, and will likely have lingering impacts on how we get around in the future. This webinar will provide insights from the analysis of recently collected data from new research at UC Davis, highlighting a large data collection effort with 10,000 survey respondents, reporting on how COVID19 affected their travel behaviors, work activities and household organization. The research provides information on changes in mode choice, vehicle purchase intentions, adoption of telecommuting, e-shopping and delivery services. The focus of the discussion will be on the implications for the climate and for communities.
- Giovanni Circella, Director of the 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, UC Davis
- Lisa Snapp, Center Director, Transportation and Climate Division, US EPA
- Dan Sperling, Founding Director, ITS-Davis; Distinguished Blue Planet Prize Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Environmental Science
- Moderator: Mollie Cohen D’Agostino, Policy Director, 3 Revolutions Future Mobility Program, UC Davis