Despite this, sustainable mobility remains crucial. For instance, measures are needed to ensure the safety of essential workers using public transport and vulnerable road users.
Eltis has compiled examples of measures and sources of information on safe and sustainable mobility during the pandemic – read more.
Below you can find further sources of information to keep yourself informed.
The European Commission has also recently issued COVID-19 guidelines on the following measures;
- Guidelines for border management measures to protect health and ensure the availability of goods and essential services
- Interim advice for preparedness and response to cases of COVID-19 at points of entry in the European Union (EU)/EEA Member States (MS)
- Preliminary advice for preparedness and response to cases of COVID-19 at ground crossings (trains and rail stations) in the European Union (EU)/European Economic Area (EEA) Member States (MS)
The following sources will help stay up-to-date with the most recent developments, advice and information
- Live updates COVID-19 (Eurocities)
- How is coronavirus affecting the global transport sector? Live updates (Intelligent transport)
- COVID-19: Keeping things moving (Polis)
Further information and guidance:
- International Association of Public Transport (UITP) has also published the page The Guardians of Mobility: keeping cities alive and moving which also links to some factsheets in a number of different languages.
- Useful resources on Covid-19 and mobility (Polis)
Author: Richard Adams