. Can public transit recover from Covid-19? « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Politico – Empty buses and train cars were a good sign at first, that people were heeding calls for social distancing. But it got more complicated from there.

Within weeks, we realized that grocery employees and hospital workers lauded as heroes were struggling to get to work as the transit systems they relied on cut schedules. People found it hard to make essential trips and access medical care. It turned out that even during a lockdown, public transportation is the artery through which the lifeblood of cities flows.

Find out what experts see in the future of public transit at Politico.

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