📩 24/03/2020 14:30
Due to COVID-19, the number of passengers in public transport has decreased significantly in major cities around the world. As residents of many countries work from home, they avoid public transport to minimize disease exposure and have changed their way of traveling within their cities due to major changes in local public transport services.
The world's leading urban mobility services (MaaS) server and the # 1 public transport app Moovitpublished a report on the reflection of the coronavirus on public transport, according to the typical use before the outbreak started.
Moovit's Trends, updated daily, shows the varying percentage of public transport demand worldwide, according to typical use before the COVID-19 outbreak. The data are based on an analysis of the effectiveness levels of 750 million users of Moovit.
Moovit in Turkey, Istanbul, Izmir-Aydin, Ankara, Antalya, analyzed the number of passengers using public transport Bursa and Adana-Mersin. For example, in Ankara, compared to the number of passengers using public transport before the epidemic, public transport use decreased by 75%.
to see how it affects the use of public transport in Turkey coronavirus here You can click. You can use the filter box in the upper right corner of the chart to select your city or compare multiple cities at the same time.
Moovit holds and operates the world's largest transit and urban mobility data information. Data collection is supported by more than 650.000 local editorial networks, called "Mooviters", which make Moovit the Wikipedia of public transport and help protect local transport information in their city. These passionate volunteers help map and protect local public transport information. Thanks to the Mooviter Community, Moovit has seen a 35% increase in the number of public transit updates around the world, which allows the app to provide the most up-to-date and accurate public transit information during a rapid change.