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Before the pandemic, a typical commute could involve the choice of walking, driving or using public transport. Ride-sharing apps also allowed us to request rides in a shared car, on a bicycle, or even using a scooter.

Walking can be a journey that starts on a residential street and goes through busy shopping streets, past cyclists and delivery drivers to be avoided and maneuvering through busy intersections.

The pandemic changed commuting for most and changed our experience of traveling through cities. Municipalities have installed bike pathsdiminishing car lanes and parking widening sidewalks and green spaces and create space for electric cars

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If these changes were possible in such a short time, what could happen to decades of changing streets? Would public transport still exist? And what would it look like?

The next generation

The way we commute has already started to change. Of next generation transportation projects public transport becomes more efficient by hiring self-driving buses and trains and install automatic ticket ticketing systems