COVID-19 transport resources: Keeping cities moving

COVID-19 pandemic is a global crisis that is affecting every aspect of our life. For government authorities and transport operators, one of the major challenges is balancing between prioritizing staff’s and passengers’ safety and maintaining essential mobility services for people and goods.

Aiming to support cities respond in this uncertain time, ICLEI Sustainable Mobility will progressively share on this page selected resources and measures from cities and partners across the globe.

Temporary cycle lanes in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (Photo by Dylan Passmore on Flickr https://flic.kr/p/2iPZZPe)

Transport responses in ICLEI cities

As the COVID-19 puts life on hold, cities around the world continue transporting necessities for communities, as well as people working in essential businesses. We are showcasing the responses, actions and outlook of urban transport in ICLEI cities.

COVID-19: Focus on cities and transport responses series

Global transport resources

Photo by Liam Burnett-Blue on Unsplash
Gojek driver waiting for passengers. Gojek is an Indonesian transportation startup. (Photo by Afif Kusuma on Unsplash)

Regional transport resources

Europe:

North America:

Central and South America:

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