Webinar: Institutional arrangements for urban mobility (Spanish)
Join EMBARQ Mexico for a series of webinars focusing on best practices and lessons learned in urban planning, financing, implementation, and project management for sustainable urban mobility.
Adriana Lobo, Director of EMBARQ Mexico, will present about organizational structure and management of the transport sector in Mexico, as well as international models that can improve governance and help create more sustainable transport systems.
Thursday, August 14, 2014, from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM CDT
Interested participants can register online for the webinar. After registration, you will receive an email confirmation with access to the webinar. For those unable to participate, the full presentation will be available online after the webinar is completed.
Who is responsible for transport and urban mobility in Mexico? Currently, urban mobility is governed at the state level, with disconnected institutions responsible for the planning and management of roads, traffic, freight, bikeshare, and pedestrian infrastructure. This decentralization causes fragmentation and inefficiency. In light of ongoing efforts to overcome this challenge, officials in Mexico are attempting to shape a more integrated system that will create more cohesive urban mobility systems. This webinar will explore the various plans proposed and draw from international examples to shape better policymaking on mobility for Mexican cities.
Más información está disponible en español desde EMBARQ México.