Covid-19 pandemic still taking a toll on public transport worldwide

A survey revealed the aversion to public transport was less severe in Singapore compared to the rest of the world. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - More than 40 per cent of people around the world have cut back on public transport rides, with 8.5 per cent staying away completely since the Covid-19 pandemic started nearly a year ago.

In a survey done last month, Israeli mobility app provider Moovit found that of those who still needed to get around, 4.6 per cent have switched to other modes of transport.

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