In the pandemic, cities are scrambling to expand cycling infrastructure: Big Data can help

The coronavirus (COVID-19) and lockdown measures have created immense challenges co-cyclists-secretaria movilidad-bogotafor urban transport. But they also provide an opportunity for cities to rethink the future of mobility. Cycling, in particular, is enjoying renewed attention. This is not surprising, as biking offers many advantages that make it an attractive form of urban transport both during and after the pandemic: bicycles can ease the pressure on public transit systems, allow for easy social distancing, contribute to better public health, and reduce air pollution.

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