With covid restrictions coming to an end, it’s natural to feel uneasy about the long-awaited return to the ‘old’ normal. But how will lifting these restrictions impact public transport?
The UK is facing more shortages. And this time, it’s fuel supply chains that are being hit. So, what can you do in the meantime to get around it?
Last week the Government announced that the Coronavirus transport restrictions currently in place across the UK would be lifted for a five-day period between from 23rd to 27th December, as the UK prepares to spendtime with their friends and family over Christmas. What effect will this have on public transport?
We know our predictions are pretty good - but that's (quite rightly!) not enough. So we asked BCRRE and the University of Birmingham to test and validate our prediction capability to make it viable for operational use on the public transport network
You'd expect tougher lockdown restrictions would see a reduction in the number of people planning journeys, but if there’s one thing that coronavirus has taught us it's expect the unexpected...
12% uplift in passenger intent to travel across all major rail stations in England and Wales.