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Will the coronavirus pandemic reshape mobility and transportation? | COVID-19 Special

The coronavirus is changing how we travel. Public transport is a ‘no go’ for many. They’re afraid of catching the virus.
Some are turning to motorbikes and bicycles. A lot of cities are taking steps:
European and American capitals are rolling out thousands of kilometers of bike ways, to push for more cycling as part of a greener future. Some are aslo offering free bikesharing. Global centers are automating crossing signals. You now don’t need a ticket in dozens of cities during the crisis. The crisis is changing mobility for good. But for better or worse? Critics say clearing lanes will create bigger traffic jams and thus cause more pollution and noise. Or could more people ditch cars altogether?
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