By Tauri Tuvikene, Tonio Weicker, Louise Sträuli, Wojciech Kębłowski, Wladimir Sgibnev, Marcus Finbom, Céline Drieskens
During the corona pandemic, public transport has faced multiple challenges. Not only have user numbers tended to diminish, but the experiences, feelings and norms that characterize public transport as a public space have also changed. PUTSPACE examined such effects during the first and second wave of the pandemic in 2020 and 2021 in four European cities (Brussels, Tallinn, Stockholm and Berlin). A thorough report on the first wave was published in 2021. It can be read here. Through the infographics below, this blog looks to add to this report by giving an overview of key developments between the first and the second wave of the pandemic.