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The Globe and Mail’s Globe Drive section hosted its annual Urban Mobility Summit on March 24, exploring all the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the use of roads and the movement of people over the past year. As noted by several panelists, the pandemic is likely to have a heavy influence on the future use of roads, public spaces, and urban transit across Canada.
Hosted by Globe Drive Editor Stephanie Chan, and featuring The Globe’s Urban Affairs Reporter Oliver Moore as a moderator, the event included insights from academia, urban planners, mobility advocates, health professionals, a transportation startup, and more. To watch the full replay of both panels featured at the event, see the videos below.
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