On the desolate streets of Manhattan during the bleak early days of the pandemic, Rosemary Sigelbaum found that riding a bicycle to work at Lenox Hill Hospital offered a desperately needed respite from the stress of 12-hour days witnessing the worst of the coronavirus’s frightening effects.
“It was quiet, and on my way home it gave me time to decompress,” Ms. Sigelbaum said of her commute between the Upper East Side and her home on the Lower East Side.
Those empty avenues of late March have given way to the city’s usual cacophony of traffic, just as more people are discovering the advantages of cycling to work: no crowded subways, buses or shared taxis. Bicycle companies have posted out-of-stock notices for the first time in years. Sales in May skyrocketed 103 percent compared with a year earlier, according to the NPD Group, a research firm.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Realife Tech, the Experience Automation Platform working with the world’s biggest entertainment destinations and events, announced today a three-year partnership with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway(IMS). This partnership is designed to connect and improve all fan engagement platforms through Realife Tech’s Experience Automation Platform. The first utilization of this technology will be deployed during the NTT INDYCAR SERIES’ INDYCAR Harvest GPpresented by GMR and the Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli sports car championship from Oct. 2-4.
This partnership includes a world-class venue mobile app personalized for all IMS fans, as well as a full integration with IMS’ new proprietary digital ticketing solution, as digital ticketing will be the only way to enter the track for the races on Oct. 2-4. IMS went through a rigorous vetting process guided by NTT DATA, the Official Technology Partner of