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The Guardian view on Covid-19 and transport: walk to the future | Editorial

21.04.2020
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The need for physical distancing means that space in our towns and cities must be shared in new ways Coronavirus - latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIt is clear that the ways we travel, and use transport, will not be the same after the coronavirus outbreak as they were before. What we don't know is which changes will turn out to have been temporary, and which permanent. Flights from European airports are down by 90% from a year ago, for example. But is this a blip? Reports of strong demand for winter flights suggest it might be.There are no comparable figures that suggest how many car journeys the UK should expect in six months or a year's time. But it is to be hoped that the huge reduction in motor traffic caused by the virus will not be completely reversed. Already, cities including Milan and New York have announced ambitious plans to reconfigure roads in such a way as to make more space for cyclists and pedestrians. Continue reading...
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