- Date: 12/26/2021
A new community-based effort to bring more transportation options to low-income residents is set to begin early next year. Stakeholders…
Although the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to an increase in cycling in many countries worldwide, it is not yet known whether this increase becomes a long-lasting change in mobility. The current study explores this increase by analyzing data collected in a U.S. nationwide longitudinal survey. In the resulting sample, nearly 14 percent of the respondents stated that they were planning to cycle more while only 4 percent of the respondents stated that they were planning to cycle less post COVID-19 pandemic. The estimation results provide insights into socio-demographic and psychological factors that play a role in planned cycling behavior post COVID-19.
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