Transport changes and COVID‐19: From present impacts to future possibilities (2021)
Changes in people's movement and travel behaviour have been apparent in many places during the COVID-19 pandemic, with differences seen at a range of spatial scales. These changes, occurring as a result of the COVID-19 ‘natural experiment’, have afforded us an opportunity to reimagine how we might move in our day-to-day travels, offering a hopeful glimpse of possibilities for future policy and planning around transport. The nature and scale of changes in movement and transport resulting from the pandemic have shown we can shift travel behaviour with strong policy responses, which is especially important in the concurrent climate change crisis.
CitationConrow L, Campbell M, Kingham S (1021). Transport changes and COVID‐19: From present impacts to future possibilities. New Zealand Geographer.
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Keywordsclimate change; COVID-19; movement; policy; transport; wellbeing
ANZSRC Fields of Research44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440611 - Transport geography
44 - Human society::4406 - Human geography::440604 - Environmental geography
41 - Environmental sciences::4101 - Climate change impacts and adaptation::410103 - Human impacts of climate change and human adaptation
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