Transit in all forms has taken a sizable hit from the coronavirus pandemic. The restrictions in place to limit the spread of COVID-19 have had a widespread impact on people’s lives and how we get around. We take a closer look at the issue and how the pandemic has affected transit.
- Business/tech reporter with the San Francisco Chronicle, Carolyn Said, explains why Uber and Lyft say they might suspend California service
- Director of Marketing at the Communications and Public Information for Sacramento Regional Transit District, Jessica Gonzalez, on why SacRT is adding service and how it's adjusted to COVID-19
- Executive Director of the UC Davis Policy Institute for Energy, Environment, and the Economy, Austin Brown, navigates commuting patterns and how they’ve evolved this year
- Special Projects Reporter for Wisconsin Public Radio and co-host of the ‘Derailed’ podcast, Bridgit Bowden, talks about her podcast covering high-speed rail
- Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg with the announcement that he’s planning to fast-track slow streets in the city
- Executive Director of Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates, Debra Banks, checks-in on the state of bicycling in Sacramento and the challenges ahead