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How the Pandemic Is Changing Our Commute | WSJ

Traveling on trains and buses means potential exposure to the coronavirus, so cities are racing to make their public transit systems safe. WSJ explores how things like sanitizing robots, working from home and expanded bike lanes are changing our commutes. Video/Illustration: Jaden Urbi and Zoë Soriano

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    How The Pandemic Is…? (fill in the blank for your desired headline)

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    Black Vito - Moneyology

    Seems fo me the roads are just as congested as before😐 which ik is not the point if this video but I'm still sad

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    The "future" of commuting will only last until mid/late 2021, then we'll just go back to pre-covid life… Just look back at the Spanish Flu

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    Old news, no one really cares… The virus is nothing more than a bad cold 99.99 percent of people recover in 2 weeks…get over it. Businesses should reopen asap we were on the verge of a V shaped recovery until so called public officials got too cowardly… In the end profits will triumph and the stock market will shoot to newer and ever grander highs, there will never be a second closing 🤑🤑💵💵😎😎

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    I hate when the media talks about how this “is our new normal”. Don’t tell me what’s ‘normal’.

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    With rigorous cleaning and universal mask wearing, public transit can be safe. Examples are South Korea and Taiwan

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    yet in brooklyn theres no plan for bicycle lanes?!

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    Super loud background noise with a soft speaker is a bad mix. Come one WSJ, even I have better audio control on my channel and I'm a total amateur with no editing software at all.

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    All this for a fake virus

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    THE COMMUNISTS THAT AIMS TO USHER IN TYRANNY USING LAB MADE CORONA VIRUS ARE PREPARING PEOPLE PSYCHOLOGICALLY USING THE MEDIA> THEY CAN ONLY SUCCEED IF PEOPLE CHOOSE TO DO NOTHING BUT ACCEPT TO DO AS TOLD

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    Why they hire a 12 year olds to narrate this?

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    回憶就是要美美的

    her voice makes me want to stay at home.

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    Why are you all afraid of death , it is a natural process of life , stop living a life of fear because of a virus.

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    BigBank New York

    this may accelerate Uber getting driverless cars because people may be reluctant to share a car w a coughing driver.

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    6:27 the short hand moves faster than the long hand lol

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    next: traveling via VR

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    WORST VOICE OVER, EVER.

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    trains and buses are not carrying more than their payload capacity which is good for them

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    I think "the Virus" is another 911…

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    This narrator has depression

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    She needs to speak up and speak faster

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    I want local economies to be the norm
    Working from home and having basic necessites at walking distance seems like the way to go

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    Gotta love this propeganda machine channel.

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    Alessio Vicario

    You can see from the body language of Dr. James Hildreth how he is frustrated about what will happen in the immediate future…let's all be ready because september and october are around the corner and so it is the second wave

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    Dominik CHI-NESISCH

    Fix the sound

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    a space suit to go to work, no matter where you are, you are safe

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    Shhhh the audience might hear you

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