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COVID-19 impacts on transport

Published: | Category: Research programme , Statistics & surveys | Audience: General

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency instigated a continuous monitor across New Zealand to assess the impact of COVID-19 on people's transport choices.

The in-field questions started Friday 3 April 2020 and the monitor will run a minimum of eight weeks. The nationally representative study offers insights into how people respond in their transport choices, their perceptions and attitudes to different modes of transport and how they change under the different COVID-19 Alert Levels.

Weekly updates are provided here. High level analysis and an infographic will be published week by week, with the occasional deep dive analysis.

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COVID-19 impacts on transport

Analysis Report date
Core report wave 4 [PDF, 987 KB] 28 April 2020
Infographic wave 4 [PDF, 112 KB] 28 April 2020
Core report wave 5 [PDF, 680 KB] 5 May 2020
Core report wave 6 [PDF, 648 KB] 12 May 2020
Core report wave 7 [PDF, 671 KB] 19 May 2020

 

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