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Personal mobility takes precedence over shared mobility post Covid-19: FB-BCG Study

Personal mobility takes precedence over shared mobility post Covid-19: FB-BCG Study
Personal mobility takes precedence over shared mobility post Covid-19: FB-BCG Study

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According to a Facebook-Boston Consulting Group report, as much 51% of people they had surveyed before the outbreak of Covid-19 in India had preferred public or shared transport to commute. That number has now come down to 30%.

MUMBAI: The Covid-19 pandemic is likely to be a double body blow to the struggling ride hailing companies for the short term. As India gradually unlocks itself, the mobility needs in the era of social distancing are veering in favour of personal mobility versus shared or public transport.According to a Facebook-Boston Consulting Group report, as much 51% of people they had surveyed before the outbreak of Covid-19 in India had preferred public or
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