Posts tagged with 'Mexico'
Mexican cities, like Guadalajara, strive for urban reform. Photo by Alex Lomix / Flickr
Historic Reform to Transform the Urban Model in Mexico
Mexico is an eminently urban country. 78 percent of the Mexican population lives in an urban locality of more than 2,500 inhabitants, and 63 percent live in urban centers with more than 15,000 inhabitants. Urban development should be a priority ...
Ecobici rider traverses the busy road in Mexico City. Photo by Alejandro / Flickr
Of Lords and Ladies: Exposing Mexico City’s Corruption, Unsafe Roads and more
A video went viral earlier this month in Mexico. Ari Santillan, urban activist and contributor to TheCityFix Mexico, was biking home after work on a dedicated bus-bike lane in Mexico City when a car, driving illegally in the lane, started ...
A woman bikes in Mexico City. Photo by Alejandro Luna/Flickr.
The Women Who Are Changing Mexico’s Cities
In Mexico, the issue of gender often goes unrecognized. A popular blog documents the all-too-common “all male panels” or public events where all the speakers or participants are men, or where women only occupy placeholder positions, like hostesses. Even in ...
With Habitat III only a year away, Mexico is demonstrating its commitment to creating sustainable cities. (Photo: Armando Aguayo Rivera /Flickr)
How Mexico is Gearing Up for Habitat III
It’s been over 19 years since the UN’s last Habitat conference—and with only one year left until Habitat III, countries across the globe are preparing for the UN’s next global conference on human settlements. Habitat III will be in Quito, ...
7 Steps Businesses Can Take to Improve the Mobility of their Employees
7 Steps Businesses Can Take to Improve the Mobility of their Employees
In Brazil, commutes make up about half of all daily trips. Because the majority of the commutes occur at peak hours, Brazil’s major cities are facing intense congestion, particularly during rush hours. For example, in the metropolitan areas of São ...
Road safety in Mexico needs to be addressed on the institutional level in order to decrease traffic fatalities and injuries. (Photo: jakehulett/ Flickr)
Why Mexico Needs a General Road Safety Law to Decrease Traffic Fatalities
From October 12 to 14, EMBARQ México (WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities’ team in Mexico) will host the XI Cities and Transport International Conference, where decision makers will participate in workshops and discuss urban planning to help Mexico City ...
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