The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a change in consumer transport patterns. More people have turned away from public transport due to lockdowns and strict social distancing rules in favour of cycling and private car travel, while others have reduced demand for transport due to remote work arrangements.
In a post-pandemic world, transport demand is likely to return to some level of normality, though personal car travel is likely to decrease in favour of mobility-as-a-service and micro-mobility.
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