Maestromobile and Espaces-Mobilités published the results of their survey on post lockdown mobility habits of Belgians. Here are some of the main conclusions (more details by following the link in the comments): 📌 43% have the intention to change their mobility 📌 22% will use less their car (and 9% will not use it anymore) 📌 34% intend to use more bike or steps What is interesting to see as well are the reason of those changes: safety, environment and physical activity are
When looking at the mobility data provided by Google and Apple we see the clear rupture when the lockdown starts. Since the end of March, walking 🚶♀️and driving 🚙 are growing slightly again. The impact on #bicycles 🚲 usage in #Brussels can be deducted from the Brussels Environment 's open data. There we see that at some points the level is even higher than before (as it can be observed on the streets by the way). Today Elke Van den Brandt announced the creation of 40 k
Bike Citizens published on their website a heat map of the bicycle usage in Brussels (first picture). We can clearly see the axe Tervuren-Montgomery-Loi which is (in normal time) quite crowded.
On the other side, #bike is used everywhere, most of the streets are used in the city centre. And what about the shared bikes? JUMP Bikes published also a heat map with the use of their #ebikes. In both cases, it is the pentagon and the south-east zone (Ixelles, Etterbeek) which is the