Quantitative Framework for Establishing Low-Risk Inter-District Travel Corridors During COVID-19

@article{Dave2022QuantitativeFF,
  title={Quantitative Framework for Establishing Low-Risk Inter-District Travel Corridors During COVID-19},
  author={Raviraj Dave and Tushar Choudhari and Avijit Maji and Udit Bhatia},
  journal={Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board},
  year={2022}
}
Aspirations to slow down the spread of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) resulted in unprecedented restrictions on personal and work-related travels in various nations across the globe in 2020. As a consequence, economic activities within and across the countries were almost halted. As restrictions loosen and cities start to resume public and private transport to revamp the economy, it becomes critical to assess the commuters’ travel-related risk in light of the ongoing pandemic. The paper develops… 

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