Latin America

Latin America's suburban cycling craze

Bogotanos make more than 800,000 cycling trips per day. Image: Sayan Nath/Unsplash

Leszek J. Sibilski
Consultant, The World Bank
Felipe Targa
Senior Urban Transport Specialist, World Bank
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