There are going to be a million studies on the coronavirus and its impacts in the years and decades to come, but we’re already getting data about driving and public transit, and what it means going forward in terms of ride sharing, purchasing, and traffic congestion.
A month ago, traffic was down more than 50 percent, according to MS2 a transportation data agency. Last Friday, as people slowly started to venture out, traffic was down just 29 percent.
If you don’t want to take buses, subways or rideshares, how are you supposed to get around? Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, found that 46 percent of those 11,000 respondents plan to use their car more frequently. They know where the car has been and who has been in it.
Read the article at MSN.