Sophia Becker was invited by the Swedish radio station Sveriges Radio to compare the transport policies of different European cities at the time of the Corona Crisis.
In an interview with the specialist portal GIS-IQ, Alexander Czeh explains what measures cities took during the Corona crisis to create better conditions for cycling and walking.
Encouraging cycling and walking as means of transport for getting around the city is not only good for the environment and air quality per se, but currently also supports the overall public health goal of minimizing the spread of COVID-19. As each person that cycles or walks instead of using public transit is thereby considerably reducing the risk of infection or of infecting others.
The interactive map on Berlin's pop-up infrastructure created by Alexander Czeh for EXPERI was mentioned in the Tagesspiegel Background for the Mobility and Transport Sector newsletter.