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Survey probes Covid-19’s impact on commuting

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 by Tai Moses

For many of us, walking from the kitchen to the living room is all the commuting we’ve done over the past few months. Meanwhile, essential workers have been braving the highways throughout the pandemic, while other workers have been furloughed and still others are only now preparing to reenter the commute as some workplaces reopen. No matter which category you fall into, chances are you have a variety of thoughts about your commute during the pandemic. The Association for Commuter Transportation would like to know more about those thoughts. The advocacy group is conducting a nationwide survey “to help employers, transportation providers and policymakers plan for how best to ensure your commute to work is safe and reliable no matter the mode you choose.” Participants who share their email addresses – and who take the survey by June 26 – will receive a summary of the survey results and will be entered into a drawing for one of five $100 Amazon gift cards, as an enticement. Take ACT’s Covid-19’s Impacts on Commuting survey.

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