ITDP has been working in Mexico since 2006, giving support to cities which promote sustainable and equitable transport systems and improve the quality of life of their citizens.
ITDP has presence in 6 cities in Mexico: Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puebla & Queretaro. Its work includes developing efficient bike infrastructure and public bike systems, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) planning and optimization, parking policy reform, and city revitalization.
ITDP also works to influence transport policy on the city level, partnering with local institutions, city governments, and civil society.
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