Four out of ten will avoid public transport even after the Coronavirus epidemic

public transport.busPublic transport.Photo: Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB scanpix

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Four out of ten will avoid traveling collectively even after the Coronavirus epidemic is over. The main reason is to avoid congestion and the risk of infection, according to a study.

Response Analysis has carried out the survey for the Public Transport Association.

More than half of those who want to travel less by public transport respond that they want to avoid congestion because of the general danger of infection. 36 percent say more use of the home office is the cause, while 26 percent cite more digital meetings as the reason.

Among those who traveled collectively to work and study before the Coronavirus outbreak, six out of ten will travel less collectively after the Coronavirus period.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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