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Impacts of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the NYC Taxi Industry

New York City’s taxi industry is in crisis due to the cost of medallions, ridership during the pandemic and competition with rideshare services such as Uber. Using the Manhattan Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs) as the units of study, we calculated the percental change of yellow taxi trips between 2019 and 2020 to identify which NTAs have increased, decreased, or maintained previous ridership behavior. We compared the relationships between the change of trips and the demographic, COVID-19, and transportation variables using traditional and network statistical techniques. Finally, we interpreted the results and created public-available web visualizations: https://urbanmer1.bubbleapps.io/.