Arizona State University: New ASU research examines how varying COVID-19 ‘shelter in place’ policies influenced travel

Arizona State University: New ASU research examines how varying COVID-19 ‘shelter in place’ policies influenced travel. “Three Arizona State University researchers in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning sought to find out how people moved through their lives differently due to the pandemic. The new research, led by Sarbeswar Praharaj, assistant research professor with the Knowledge Exchange for Resilience and the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, uses a visual and data-driven lens to see how COVID-19 government policies have impacted public mobility.”

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