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The COVID-19 outbreak and implications to public transport – some observations

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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.

On Mar 15, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
RT @TUMInitiative: cont'd: The COVID-19 outbreak and implications to public transport – some observations #coronavirus https://t.co/8mizUPOaz6 #wearetransport https://t.co/9EgY8EQZAm
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The COVID-19 outbreak and implications to public transport – some observations

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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