IMAGES: How more cars won’t fit into your city post-lockdown

If your city anyway depended on public transport before the COVID 19 lockdown, these images explain how more cars won’t fit into your city post-lockdown.

This is especially the case if your city is doing the right thing by providing more social distancing space for pedestrians and outside businesses.

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Even where people think there’s a lot of cars, often public transport users far outnumber them, such as along the north quays in Dublin — where even people cycling already outnumber car users before the lockdown, but public transport users overshadowed car users hugely:


There’s similar data from cities around the world, such as Toronto:

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