Resources & Responses to COVID-19 (LIVE)

April 13, 2020

COVID-19 has affected daily life around the world — including how we travel (or don't travel). Even before the World Health Organization declared the new coronavirus a global pandemic on March 11, 2020, cities and urban mobility have been acting to promote public health and safety. With so many resources and new articles, however, it can be overwhelming to keep track of what is going on where. To help, NUMO has compiled resources and highlighted responses from cities, local governments, organizations, mobility service operators and more.

This document is live and will be updated frequently. If you would like to suggest a resource or other item, please email Leanne Kaplan at leanne@numo.global.

 

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