Em um exercício colaborativo entre o BID e o Moovit, mais de 33.000 usuários do aplicativo na América Latina participaram de uma pequena pesquisa para entender como a crise do COVID-19 mudou sua percepção do transporte público. A pesquisa foi realizada em nove cidades (Bogotá, Buenos Aires, Cidade do México, Guadalajara, Guayaquil, Montevidéu, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago e São … [Consulte Mais informação...] about O que pensam os usuários de transporte público durante a pandemia?
Patricia Lynn Scholl
Lynn Scholl is a Senior Transport Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Patricia Lynn Scholl
Lynn Scholl is a Senior Transport Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington DC where she leads the research agenda on the socially and environmentally sustainable urban mobility. She is currently leading several studies, including an evaluation of shared mobility platforms on public transit ridership and motorization, a monograph on the challenges and best practices in promoting social inclusion and poverty reduction through investments and policy in the transport sector, and a study on the potential for AI to measure social distancing in public transit systems. At the IDB, she has led and published several research papers on urban transport and poverty in Latin American cities, including an evaluation of the impacts of a public transit investments on accessibility to jobs and labor market outcomes for low-income populations, a study on the barriers to mobility and access for vulnerable populations living in informal settlements, and a pilot of the potential for machine learning and video analytics to evaluate traffic calming treatments on pedestrian safety. Lynn holds a PhD degree in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences also from UC Berkeley. Prior to joining the IDB she worked as a transportation researcher at the UC Berkeley’s Transportation Center, and Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, the Public Policy Institute of California, and in the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory’s International Energy Group.