• Dubai has experienced changes to its mobility landscape too –not only in its airline industry and role as an international hub but also on the ground. 
  • During the month of March, Dubai launched a movement permit system to combat the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, decreasing mobility to public transport hubs by 70% whilst movement to parks and retail/recreation destinations decreased by 75% and 62% respectively (1). 
  • Whilst traditional modes of mobility have been restricted, there has been an increasing focus on alternative methods of moving around the city, with micro-mobility being at the forefront of this movement.