Mobility in Times of Crisis: A View from Lviv, Ukraine

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Since early 2021, the City of Lviv and Ukraine as a whole has faced another major crisis on the heels of the pandemic — Russia’s invasion of the country and an ongoing war. As the world grapples with the regional conflict and the broader geo-political implications, on the ground in Lviv we can see the important role of sustainable, accessible transport services and infrastructure in allowing residents to continue with daily life while also adapting to the volatility of the currency situation. This piece below was authored by Orest Oleskiv, Head of the Transport Office of the City of Lviv, to provide a local perspective on the city’s evolving challenges and needs two years into the war. 

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