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- Bringing transit-oriented development to Monterrey, Mexico
- Reducing road fatalities and saving lives through sustainable transport
- Leveraging national funding to advance sustainable transport projects in Mexico
“Have I told you lately that I love you?” Perspectives on reinventing our cities from X Congreso
The following is an excerpt from TheCityFix.
On Monday, we posed the central question driving discussion at this week’s tenth annual International Congress on Sustainable Transport (“X Congreso”) to our TheCityFix readers: how can we make cities better places to live?
At the end of the three-day conference organized by EMBARQ Mexico, we’ve heard numerous answers to this question from transport and urban planning professionals, government officials, civil society actors, and business leaders. Some of these address how to best govern our cities, while others look to harness the transformative power of engaged, innovative citizens to catalyze grassroots change.
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Robin King, Director of Urban Development and Accessibility, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, led the “Build Your Own City” workshop at X Congreso. See the cities that participants built during King’s workshop here.