Covid-19 and transportation:
5 things cities can do right now
City transportation officials are innovating in real time to address the growing Covid-19 crisis. Even as workplaces shift to homes and travel demand drops, they're adapting to get essential employees to work while keeping supply chains moving, residents safe, and transit workers protected. With these groundshifts in mind, we asked Janette Sadik-Khan, a former New York City transportation commissioner and now principal at Bloomberg Associates, and Corinne Kisner, executive director of the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO), what five transportation-related initiatives city leaders should be focused on right now. Here’s what they had to say.