Lockdown Lessons from Phnom Penh for a More Livable City by Conrad Richardson

Central Market in Phnom Penh is normally engulfed in traffic and pollution, during lockdown however was different — what is normally a chaotic and over-stimulating experience, was calm and peaceful. The city with few or no cars as observed during the pandemic should really motivate us to accelerate a transition towards more livable cities that are less dependent on combustion engines and private mobility and less polluted.