Cedar Rapids Gazette: Iowans, for the most part, have been traveling less throughout the COVID-19 pandemic than they did at the same time last year, multiple sources of data show. But now Iowans have become much more mobile — even while the virus has been spreading worse than it has at any point in the pandemic so far, the data shows. From March 13 to Nov. 19, travel on Iowa roads decreased nearly 20% compared with the same dates last year, according to figures from the Iowa Department of Transportation. The biggest drop was in April, with traffic on Iowa roads down 60%. But over the most recent week that data was available, travel on Iowa roads was down just 17%.