Fourth Industrial Revolution

Latin America is a mass-transit powerhouse. But it needs fine-tuning

Mass transit culture … a bus garage in Sao Paulo. Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Michelle Avary

VP, Government Affairs and Product Strategy, Einride

Sandra Caballero

Project Specialist, Autonomous and Urban Mobility, World Economic Forum


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