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COVID may have changed our everyday life, but it also spurred growth in odd places. A rush to small towns and suburban life has been rekindled due to our lockup and new ability to work from home. But how is this rush back to the suburb's going to affect the transportation system of tomorrow? AutoLooks takes a look at how it is going to change both the products in the market and the setup of the burbs.
Over the past 20 years people have been moving into a healthy lifestyle, as now everyone wants to be within walking distance to all their needs. This has caused small towns to shrink and suburban areas being taken over by multi-unit housing units. But all that changed when a worldwide pandemic broke out and people were trapped inside their downtown condos with nothing to do.
With a change to the workplace due to COVID, quite a few people were sent home to work. Seeing the reduction in costs for space, heat and electricity, some workplaces kept their workers working from home. With a contract to work from home now, people began to wonder if working from home in a downtown setting, is really all the great.
From this thought many people started to look for a new home were they could enjoy the outdoors and live in a more comfortable place. This caused an influx in new people moving to small towns and suburban areas. Now with more people working from home, what will happen to the world of transportation? We take a look at the working from home class and how they are going to change the way we get around and receive products.
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