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Transportation and vehicle mobility study . Yellowstone National Park. This study is one of several planning and analysis activities underway as Yellowstone National Park proceeds through a pre-planning effort to gather data to inform initial options and strategies that could address these challenges over the long term. This study aggregates existing and new data to analyze current park transportation and visitor mobility systems and will be integrated with other ongoing efforts to understand impacts to resources and visitor experience and to inform future park planning efforts.
Study on urban mobility – Assessing and improving the accessibility of urban areas. Problem definition in the context of the preparation of the Impact Assessment regarding the recognition of professional qualifications and training standards in inland navigation.
The ongoing Corona pandemic has many impact on public life: holiday travel are only a limited possible possible, shopping can only be done in many places with previous appointment, concert halls and cinemas Further closed. And the mobility of Germans is also influenced by Corona - this results in a recent study by the digital insurance manager Clark in cooperation with YouGov. More than every second respondent (62 percent) indicates that his mobility has changed by Corona. The biggest changes show up in the start, car and cycling.
The mobility losers of the Corona pandemic are as expected public transport. Around 18 percent of the participants of the Clark study indicate to significantly lower U / S webs due to Corona. For buses and the Deutsche Bahn, it is 21 percent each. Almost a quarter of the respondents (23 percent) indicates that no public transport can be used due to the pandemic. These restrictions in their mobility compensate for the Germans in different ways.One third goes more often on foot, almost 30 percent use the car more than before pandemic
a third (34 percent) of the Clark study participants, for example, to go to walk. Another 28 percent use the car increasingly. But not only walking and driving driving have gained attractiveness due to the Corona Pandemic for the Germans. According to the Clark study, the bicycle is also increasingly using every fifth (19 percent) due to the pandemic.
The results were weighted and are representative of the German population from 18 years. (ots)
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Long waiting times. In some areas, you might also have to wait for quite long until the next bus or train will arrive. Especially in rural regions, the frequency of public transport vehicles will often be rather low and sometimes, there will even only be a few buses a day. In many big cities, the public transport systems are quite crowded, especially at rush hour. Therefore, it may be quite inconvenient to be stuck with a high number of people on a crowded train every morning. This may cause plenty of stress for our body and brain system and may also lead to serious health conditions in the long run.
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