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  • New Report: Transportation During Coronavirus

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The NYU Rudin Center for Transportation explores challenges in transportation and infrastructure. The Center draws upon faculty and graduate students to conduct research on cities and mobility, information technology in transportation and access to mass transit.


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Fact Sheet showing how ridership on all modes of transit fell between March 1 and May 31, 2020

 

RIDERSHIP AND COVID-19 FACT SHEET

In early March, travel on all modes of transit throughout and into New York City declined sharply, reaching all-time low levels around April 13. This fact sheet contains data and information pulled from our Transportation During Coronavirus report to compare how ridership on each mode of transit fared during this period, representing the worst of the pandemic in NYC.

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Fact Sheet showing transit options for essential workers during the COVID pandemic in NYC

 

ESSENTIAL WORKERS AND COVID-19 FACT SHEET

The COVID-19 pandemic in New York City made clear the critical role of essential workers. However, many of these workers live in lower-income and transit-poor areas. This fact sheet contains data and information pulled from our Transportation During Coronavirus report to show the options available to these workers.

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