Pandemics and Transportation: Key Connections
Tue. 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. MDT
In 1917 it took more than a year for a pandemic to circle the globe. In 2020 it only took a matter of months. The difference? Global transportation. Limiting travel is a powerful tool to reduce the spread of disease, yet societies are built around mobility and public transportation. These elements are key parts of a roadmap to recovery. This session will feature panelists who are leading the way to exploring safe transportation practices and smart policies.