Aviation, Travel and Tourism

How major cities are trying to keep people walking and cycling after the lockdown

Governing bodies introduce plans to reduce traffic and pollution levels after lifting lockdown restrictions. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Nick Davies

Research Fellow , University of Salford

Graeme Sherriff

Research Fellow in Urban Studies, University of Salford

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Social distancing rules mean only one in ten passengers can board public transport.
The UK government plans to reduce the numbers of passengers on the tube by 90% by staggering work times. Image: EPA-EFE/Facundo Arrizabalaga
Runners, cyclists and walkers share the path between Corsico and Milan.
Cities are freeing up streets of motorised traffic for cyclists and walkers. Image: EPA-EFE/Sergio Pontorieri
Cyclists use city centre bike lanes in Bogota, Colombia.
More cyclists are beginning to use cycle lanes in Bogota, Colombia. Image: EPA-EFE/Mauricio Dueñas Castañeda
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