CORONA TRANSPORT KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM
Avoid or reduce travel or the need to travel
Promotion of clean public transport, walking & cycling as resilient & contactless transport modes
Improve quality and performance (in particular of essential transport modes)
Minimize the higher risk of women to be infected since women often do most of society's care work
Impacts and Implications of the Pandemic
Learn more on Measures in Transport through Webinars and Guidelines
To combat an epidemic, it is essential to avoid or reduce travel or the need to travel (especially of non-essential traffic).
Recommendations for Nigeria's Public Transport Systems from Engr. Emmanuel John, Sustainable Urban Mobility Expert, Director of Administration and Strategy, Transportation Growth Initiative, Abuja.
The Shenzhen Bus Group’s Experience gives insight into their expereinces and response on the 2019 SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.
As primeiras observações sobre as prováveis implicações do surto de COV-19 sobre os impactos a longo prazo no nosso comportamento individual de viagem e transporte público
The E-Rickshaws Project in Singra, Bangladesh is becoming a promising response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
This article presents first observations on the likely implications of the COVID-19 outbreak on longer-term impacts to our individual travel behavior and public transport.
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