It’s that time of the year — Moovit’s Global Public Transport Report is here to reveal insights about global transit trends about the way people moved around their cities in 2022.
This year, lockdowns came to an end, remote-only activities decreased, and people felt free to move around their cities once again. That meant more drivers on the road, and increased congestion and commute times for vehicles that share the road — buses, streetcars, light rails, etc.
Use Moovit’s 2022 Global Public Transport Report to find answers to the ever-important question: Are we solving the right problems – and if so, are we solving them efficiently and sustainably?
To get the most accurate data, we’ve sifted through tens of millions of trip requests performed by Moovit app users in 99 cities across 24 countries. Combined with user research, the behavioral mobility insights uncovered in the Global Report paint a fascinating picture of how people commuted post-pandemic, which cities experienced the hardest impact on transit ridership, and rankings for best and worst public and shared transit experiences.
Overall, public transit riders in most cities worldwide experienced increased commute times, wait times, and traveled longer distances this year, compared to Moovit’s 2020 report.
View Moovit’s 2022 Global Public Transport Report here.
Here are some tidbits from areas around the world to get you started:
Ready to dive into the data? Click here.