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Preparing urban mobility for the future of work (preprint)/ en

@inproceedings{Caros2022PreparingUM,
  title={Preparing urban mobility for the future of work (preprint)/ en},
  author={Nicholas S. Caros and Jinhuan Zhao},
  year={2022}
}
A gradual growth in flexible work over many decades has been suddenly and dramatically accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The share of flexible work days in the United States is forecasted to grow from 4\% in 2018 to over 26\% by 2022. This rapid and unexpected shift in the nature of work will have a profound effect on the demand for, and supply of, urban transportation. Understanding how people make decisions around where and with whom to work will be critical for predicting future travel… 

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