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The Enduring Effects of COVID-19 on Travel Behavior in the United States: A Panel Study on Observed and Expected Changes in Telecommuting, Mode Choice, Online Shopping and Air Travel

  title={The Enduring Effects of COVID-19 on Travel Behavior in the United States: A Panel Study on Observed and Expected Changes in Telecommuting, Mode Choice, Online Shopping and Air Travel},
  author={Mohammadjavad Javadinasr and Tassio Magassy and Ehsan Rahimi and Motahare Mohammadi and Amir Davatgari and Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian and Deborah Salon and Matthew Wigginton Bhagat-Conway and Rishabh Singh Chauhan and Ram M. Pendyala and Sybil Derrible and Sara Khoeini},
The explosive nature of Covid-19 transmission drastically altered the rhythm of daily life by forcing billions of people to stay at their homes. A critical challenge facing transportation planners is to identify the type and the extent of changes in people's activity-travel behavior in the post-pandemic world. In this study, we investigated the travel behavior evolution by analyzing a longitudinal two-wave panel survey data conducted in the United States from April 2020 to October 2020 (wave 1… 
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