What: "New Zealand went over 100 consecutive days without any new COVID-19 infections, allowing the country to ease restrictions. In early August, however, new cases emerged in Auckland and another lockdown was imposed.
Stacey van der Putten, General Manager of Metro Services at Auckland Transport, will share the lessons learnt during the initial lockdown in New Zealand and how Auckland Transport has adapted in order to respond to the second lockdown… She will discuss a number of measures being used to achieve this, including:
- Capacity Modelling.
- Reducing cash handling and increasing uptake of HOP Cards.
- Contact Tracing.
- Attracting new customers and achieving sustainability goals.
When: 10 September 11am to 12pm AEST | Free | International Association of Public Transport
Registere here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/1015983159718/WN_BevY_2tsR_WcusbVQjgfZA