What We Learned After Analyzing 5 Months of Active Mobility Responses to COVID-19
- Date: 04/12/2021
n 2020 and into 2021, transportation agencies, companies and advocacy groups acted swiftly in the face of the unique public…
"With traffic congestion down in cities across the country due to coronavirus-related shelter in place orders, multiple cities are now making it easier for people to adapt to social distancing by opening their roadways to pedestrians and discouraging motor vehicle traffic on the roads.
Oakland, Calif.’s Slow Streets program supports safe physical activity by closing what will ultimately be 10 percent of all Oakland streets, according to the City of Oakland’s website. Specifically, the city’s neighborhood bike routes will be closed to through traffic."
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