Blog: What Our Research Tell Us About Travel Behavior During The Pandemic, by Giovanni Circella and Rosa Dominguez-Faus

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Mobility has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. With social distancing and people working from home, travel has decreased significantly. However, as the economy has started to reopen, single-occupant car travel and bicycling have increased, while the use of public transit, ride-hailing, carpools, and shared e-scooters remains low. Read more here.