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  • 10 successful interventions in Latin Amer...

    Through the exchange of experiences among mayors and the accompaniment of CAF - Development Bank of Latin America- through the "Cities with a Future" program, several urban interventions have been c...

  • Why don't men and women mobilize equally ...

    Number of trips, accessibility, safety, and labor participation are some of the variables that explain why a greater gender approach is required for mobility in the cities. This is o...

  • How to close the infrastructure gap in La...

    The countries of the region should increase investments in infrastructure up to 3 percentage points with respect to GDP to close the gap that separates them from the advanced economies 

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Argentina will get up to USD 2 billion from CAF for for its development planimg - Argentina will get up to USD 2 billion from CAF for for its development plan05 de May de 2016

In his visit to the Pink House, Enrique García, Executive President of CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, met with Mauricio Macri, President of the Republic of Argentina. They announced the financial institution's comm...

More efficient public transportation and energy in Latin America with credit lines of up to EUR 202 million from KfW to CAF

25 de May de 2017

This initiative led by the Government of Germany (BMZ) through KfW and CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, will reduce financing costs for the promotion of projects that are low in emissions of greenhouse gasses, and...

"Robin Chase's Collaborative Economy and Peers Inc" are aligned with CAF's Comprehensive Transportation Program

04 de May de 2017

The event took place at the Aula Magna of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT), and included the participation of teachers and leaders in matters of transportation, mobility, and collaborative economy. The master conference was focused...

Results of the commitment of Multilateral Development Banks for sustainable transportation

18 de January de 2017

In the fourth year of application of the Joint Declaration of Multilateral Development Banks MDB) of 2012, the eight members achieves the objective of the Commitment for Sustainable Transportation (henceforth the Rio + 20 Commitment), whic...

USD 400 millones para mejorar la infraestructura vial y la movilidad urbana en Buenos Aires

19 de July de 2016

The loan approved by CAF will help improve urban mobility in the city of Buenos Aires, provide a more efficient integration of its transportation network, and optimize the physical connection between the city's center and Puerto Madero

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knowledge
Are Latin American cities inclusive?
Eighty percent of the inhabitants of Latin America live in urban areas, making cities the central object of the development and inclusion agendas. Which public policies should governments adop...
img - Latin America Must Double Investments in Infrastructure
Latin America Must Double Investments in Infrastructure
CAF's Infrastructure for Integral Latin American Development (IDeAL 2013) report served as a focal point for analysis at a summit for heads of state and government in Panama recently.
events
img - Hangout: public transportation and gender
Hangout: public transportation and gender
Women and men do not use public transportation in the same way. Their movement patterns have economic and social consequences. These points will guide the lecture, aimed at understanding and o...
img - Mobility at break point : Opportunities to overcome old paradigms
Mobility at break point : Opportunities to overcome old paradigms
The Chamber of Commerce of Bogota, CAF, Development Bank of Latin America, and the Secretaría Distrital de Movilidad of Bogotá (District Mobility Secretariat), with the support of Despacio, St...
img - "Best practices for motorcyclist rad safety"
"Best practices for motorcyclist rad safety"
This forum will include the participation of international guests who will talk about the high mortality of motorcyclists 
img - Seminar on Public Systems for bicycles and bicycle infrastructure
Seminar on Public Systems for bicycles and bicycle infrastructure
The seminar will provide elements and tools to build a road map to design and implement a policy to integrate bicycles to passenger public transportation systems 
img - Prevesilab 2016
Prevesilab 2016
Asuncion will be the meeting place for the II Ibero-American Congress for the Prevention of Workplace Risks and Workplace Road Safety (PRESEVILAB, for its acronym in Spanish), which will be hel...
visiones
Hay una aplicación para todo en Latinoamérica, ¿tienes acceso a ellas?
El uso de teléfonos inteligentes ha impulsado el diseño de servicios tecnológicos centrados en las personas, y esto puede ayudar a eliminar barreras en cuanto a la movilidad urbana.
Movilidad compartida: una disrupción necesaria
La movilidad compartida se presenta como una respuesta a retos como la equidad, el cambio climático o la movilidad urbana.
¿Qué hacen una acera, una bicicleta, un autobús y un metro por el desarrollo?
En varias ciudades latinoamericanas la inadecuada oferta de transporte se traduce en servicios de escasa calidad y en elevados costos y tiempos de desplazamiento para los usuarios.
Por qué los autobuses son tan importantes como los metros
Los Sistemas de Buses Colectivos son fundamentales para la sostenibilidad social, ambiental y económica de las ciudades 
Infraestructura, la piedra angular del desarrollo
La infraestructura de calidad es vital para el crecimiento y el desarrollo integral de América Latina