The pandemic has upended public and private mobility services. Public transit is “hemorrhaging money” due to plummeting ridership while micromobility companies have pulled scooters and bikes from a number of cities, leaving some residents and essential workers to scramble for transportation options.
On a Tuesday webinar hosted by the Knight Foundation, mobility and smart city experts discussed the many transportation challenges spurred by the pandemic — as well as the wins and failures of cities and technology companies working to address those issues.