Cities and Urbanization

COVID made many of us avoid public transport - what will it take to get us back on the bus?

Just over 50% of Americans are using public transport less frequently or not at all. Image: Unsplash/Ant Rozetsky

Sean Fleming

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Get on the bus? No thanks, say half of Americans. Image: Moovit 2020 Global Public Transport Report

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