This webinar brought together experts across Australia, New Zealand and North America to discuss recent changes to traffic and transport trends triggered by COVID-19.
Laura Aston & Graham Currie (Monash University, Public Transport Research Group) – Secondary demand impacts (traffic/bicycle/pedestrian/public transport) in Melbourne
- Secondary demand impacts (traffic/bicycle/pedestrian/public transport) in Melbourne
- Findings from a small cohort of in-depth qualitative interviews conducted during lockdown; and
- Findings from prior research into ‘disruption’ impacts on public transport demand, that has given us a framework for designing our survey.
Daniel Haake (Senior Transportation Planner – HDR Indianapolis)
Madhurri Seera (Goods Movement Strategy Lead, City of Calgary) – Impact of COVID-19 theme on freight and the work of the ITE Urban Goods Standing Committee)
Amanda Kananke Arachchige (Civil Engineer at Jacobs, Auckland) – Considerations and potential implications of COVID-19 for road safety based and impacts on travel during shutdown in Auckland.
Doug Wilson (Director of Transportation Engineering Laboratories at The University of Auckland)
Recording: The recording is on our YouTube channel.