Transportation includes both the movement of people and goods. Many transportation businesses have been permitted to continue operating throughout the pandemic, though diminished demand for ride-hailing services has affected a portion of professional drivers. Long-haul trucking operators, on the other hand, have encountered logistics disruptions, supply chain irregularities and the closure of rest stops, making long distance journeys more difficult.
The following practices are being implemented by transportation providers around the county and nation to address COVID-19-related disruptions. These practices may be helpful for transportation providers not currently using them.
The following actions by governments, economic development organizations, trade organizations, and others would provide support to the transportation industry during the current COVID-19 crisis.
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|Auto||Hotels & Lodging||Religious|
|Camps||In-Home & Residential Services||Restaurants & Bars|
|Entertainment & Tourism||Office Setting||Sports and Recreation|
|Gyms and Wellness Facilities||Personal Care||Transportation|