209 - COVID-19 Transportation Safety: Holiday and Everyday Travel, Autonomous Vehicles, and Preparing for Future Pandemics

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How can people think about safety for holiday travel during the COVID-19 pandemic? Are some means of transport safer than others? What about safety during day-to-day transportation on school buses and trains? Dr. Mark Rosekind, a former administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and a Distinguished Policy Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health talks with guest host Dr. Colleen Barry about these and other questions of road safety during this and future pandemics.

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