If there's one thing many have been grateful for with the confinement period, it’s that our roads that have been largely free of traffic, even during typical rush-hour traffic periods.
However, as the economy reopens and activity gradually resumes, there’s reason to wonder whether things will be better or worse once we return to some semblance of normality.
Why? Because it’s quite possible that many citizens will forego public transit or carpooling services to return to the car, for safety reasons. This is probably inevitable, in fact. The only thing that may offset it is a continued high rate of telecommuting.
Predicting how this may go is pretty near impossible, really.