Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg
Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg
Jamye Harrison
Opinion

Opinion

Jamye Harrison and Yuan Shi

Covid-19 and the city: a chance to reshape urban living and public transport

  • Amid fears of infection, commuters may prefer the safety of bikes and cars to crowded buses and trains. Cities in Asia should respond with smart planning and improved infrastructure

Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg
Moped riders and cyclists wearing masks wait at a traffic light in Shanghai on April 2. Photo: Bloomberg
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Jamye Harrison

Jamye Harrison

Jamye Harrison is global solutions lead for smart cities at Arcadis.

Yuan Shi

Yuan Shi

Yuan Shi is global solution leader for new mobility at Arcadis.