Latin America's suburban cycling craze
Every Sunday and holiday between 7am and 2pm, a sea of cyclists, joggers, and street vendors take over 76 miles of streets in Bogotá.
Felipe Targa is a Senior Urban Transport Specialist working at the World Bank. Former Colombia’s Deputy Transport Minister, university-based CityLab Director, and 20 years of experience in the public sector, multilateral development institutions, and research from academia. Advocate of bicycle urbanism, placemaking and human-scale cities. He holds a masters in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina and advanced to Ph.D. candidacy in Transport Systems from the University of Maryland.