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Apple publishes Maps mobility data to aid COVID-19 struggle

By April 14, 2020Newsletters

Apple has released detailed mobility data gleaned from its Maps app that dramatically shows how the public’s walking, driving and public transit use has changed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re traveling a lot less

The information shows huge reductions in travel taken across most countries and larger cities globally. In London, people are using public transit 89% less frequently than they were before, the data shows, while in San Francisco transit travel has fallen 84%.

Apple published this information to provide government and health authorities with information that may help them make informed decisions during the pandemic, the company said.

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