The city turned off: Urban Dynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic based on mobile phone data

Applied Geography (ELSEVIER) published this article in July 28, 2021, written by Gustavo Romanillos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Juan Carlos García Palomares (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Borja Moya Gomez (Transyt research group, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid), Javier Gutiérrez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Javier Torres (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Mario López (Nommon Solutions and Technologies), Oliva G.Cantú-Ros (Nommon Solutions and Technologies)…

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Impact of COVID-19 on Public and Private Mobility in Fuenlabrada

This research was carried out and written by Ana Belén Rodríguez González, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Rubén Fernández Pozo from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 has dramatically struck each section of our society: health, employment, economy and mobility. This analysis quantifies the impact that the preventive lock-down measures…

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Insights into the Impact of Covid-19 on Madrid’s Public Transport: Analysis of Demand and Influence of Socioeconomic Factors

This research was carried out and written by Rubén Fernández Pozo, Mark Richard Wilby, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Ana Belén Rodríguez González from the GB2S-Grupo de Biometría, Bioseñales, Seguridad y Smart Mobility research group. Background COVID-19 is changing the travel behavior and disrupting the public transport demand throughout the world. We present a data-driven analysis of the impact of…

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Mobility Restrictions and E-Commerce: Holistic Balance in Madrid Centre during COVID-19 Lockdown

Economies (MDPI) published this article in April 13, 2021, written by Rafael Villa (Camilo José Cela University) and Andrés Monzón (Transyt research group).   Abstract COVID-19 has brought about a substantial change in urban mobility, as well as an unprecedented increase in e-commerce throughout the world due to the emergence of new ways of shopping and consumption habits. In this…

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Post-COVID-19 travel behaviour patterns: impact on the willingness to pay of users of public transport and shared mobility services in Spain

European Transport Research Review (Springer) published this article in March 10, 2021, written by Samir Awad-Núñez (Universidad europea), Raky Julio (Transyt research group), Juan Gomez (Transyt research group), Borja Moya-Gómez (Transyt research group) and Julián Sastre González (Instituto de movilidad) Abstract Background The COVID-19 crisis has meant a significant change in the lifestyle of millions of people worldwide. With a…

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EVOLUTION OF MOBILITY DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS IN THE REGION OF MADRID – EVOLUCIÓN DE LA MOVILIDAD DURANTE EL ESTADO DE ALARMA CAUSADO POR EL COVID-19 EN LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID

In this post, another analysis carried out by MoviTUR members during the first months of the pandemic is presented. This research is about the impact of COVID-19 on our mobility during the lockdown and has been made by Abid Al Akioui Sanz and Andrés Monzón, from TRANSyT. On March 14th, 2020, the Spanish Government declared the state of alarm in…

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Metropolitan Mobility Observatory 17th Technical Conference – XVII Jornada Técnica del Observatorio de la Movilidad Metropolitana

The 17th  Technical Conference of the Metropolitan Mobility Observatory (OMM) will take place next Friday October 23rd with the participation of MoviTUR professors from the TRANSyT research centre of the UPM. The OMM is an analysis and reflection initiative constituted by the Public Transport Authorities (ATP) of the main Spanish metropolitan areas, the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge,…

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Launch of the «Flatten the Curve-Madrid» Challenge – Puesta en marcha del Reto «Aplana la curva-Madrid»

The Madrid City Council, together with the Madrid regional government and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT Climate-KIC) and the El Día Después (The Day After) platform, have joined forces to promote the challenge of "flattening the curve", with the aim of moving towards a new mobility paradigm by taking advantage of the changes experienced with the emergence…

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