Better balance of mobility modes and working patterns will tackle congestion

The pandemic has created new travel patterns but the historic problem of traffic congestion remains. By Megan Lampinen

TomTom has been publishing its annual Traffic Index for more than a decade, shedding valuable insights into travel patterns and mobility challenges around the world. The pandemic and its associated lockdown measures dramatically altered road usage, offering a clear confirmation of the environmental benefits of removing vehicles from the road. But that comes at a huge economic cost, and as life slowly returns to pre-pandemic patterns, congestion levels are creeping up. What does this mean for looming environmental targets, transportation modes and mobility business models?

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