This platform aims to consolidate a list of actions in mobility, public space and other types that somehow changed the mobility landscape upon Covid-19 and as a reaction to the pandemic. Actions have been compiled from a series of databases that were tidied, harmonized and consolidated onto one large database with additional categorization, and thereafter loaded onto a visualization platform to produce maps and graphs.
The "Shifting Streets" database has been built with inputs from several different databases and with support from various parties. It contains actions identified from March 4 to August 4, 2020 as a direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic in the mobility sector. The majority of the actions come from a dataset hosted by the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center at the University of North Carolina, complemented by Mobility Works's own database and Streetplans's own effort. The database used here was substantially transformed, harmonized and tidied with the help of Henry Velandia, Diana Giraldo, Miguel Cuellar, Sebastián Vega, Carolina Fernández and led by Carlos F. Pardo and Tab Combs. Below are details to the three initiatives that provided the original data and a suggested credit for this initiative
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Suggested citation: PBIC, NUMO, Mobility Works, Streetplans, EpiAndes, Datasketch (2020). The "Shifting Streets" Covid-19 mobility database. Available from https://datasketch.github.io/mobility-actions/.
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Tab Combs (PBIC) Database.
Mobility Works Database.
EpiAndes is a research group at Universidad de los Andes that conducts epidemiological studies in the area of chronic non-communicable diseases and healthy lifestyles. During 2020 it has led research on temporal bicycle lanes in the world and has provided data for the "Shifting Streets" database. This effort was led by Olga Lucía Sarmiento Dueñas (Director) and supported by Karen Lorena Fajardo Ardila (Research assistant) and Paola Andrea Martínez Bravo (Research assistant).