World Resources Institute: 4 ways city mobility is responding to COVID-19
COVID-19 has tested the resilience and strength of cities to unprecedented levels. Urban mobility has been at the forefront of these challenges, with major disruptions to public transport, street access and more.
Cities are responding in a number of ways to ensure that people can still access vital services such as health centres and supermarkets. Some of these measures will be short-term, but some may create an opportunity to re-think how cities are designed and what a 'new normal' urban environment could be.
In this article from the World Resources Institute, the key measures being implemented in cities across the world are explored. Read the article here.