Bogotá, Colombia’s Approach to Safe, Sustainable, and Accessible Transport

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As with many global cities, the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic has led Bogotá to rethink its approach to sustainable mobility, improve access and safety on its streets, and expand critical cycling and pedestrian networks. In a city where nearly a fifth of residents own private vehicles and congestion is persistent, the pandemic allowed Bogotá to renew its focus on transit, cycling, and street infrastructure that benefits all residents.

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