Every day, millions of people around the world use public transport for their daily travels. Traffic in cities with a high proportion of suburban traffic, along with the coronavirus, decreased dramatically.
Citymapper data, which prepared “Mobility Index” in important cities of the world, revealed that life has stopped in metropolitan areas due to the epidemic. The decreases in urban mobility are directly proportional to the increase in coronavirus cases and deaths. For example, Vienna and Lisbon are the cities with the highest increase in per million people and the lowest in urban mobility in the cases of Coronavirus between March 4 and March 28.