| The City Council is collaborating with the dissemination of this study that will analyze how the health crisis has interfered with displacement | The Chair of Mobility and Sustainable Transport of Murcia at the Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM) has started a study that will analyze how the health crisis has interfered with travel in order to predict new patterns of movement for users of the Region after the coronavirus pandemic.
A study in which the Mazarrón City Council wanted to collaborate with its dissemination through its website and social networks. Specifically, and through a survey, the usual movements before confinement are being studied, how the health emergency of COVID-19 has interfered with them and what are the perceptions of citizen security regarding modes of transport.
In this sense, any citizen of the Region can collaborate in this work through the form that can be found at the address: https://forms.gle/w5oewLQrmtY56pXAA In this way, it is also contemplated to know the perceptions of security of citizens regarding the modes of transport during the state of alarm, taking into account that the reduction of mobility has modified the places of transit and the way of carrying out displacements.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón