Latin American and Caribbean cities can participate
We are glad to present the Pop-Up Road Design for Resilient Cities Guide, published along with the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB). This guide proposes eight steps to plan, implement, operate and evaluate pop-up sidewalks, bike lanes and shared non-motorized infrastructure. You can look at the Spanish version of the guide in the next link: https://publications.iadb.org/es/guia-de-vias-emergentes-para-ciudades-resilientes.
Based on this instrument and within the Climate Colaborative Action framework, the IADB and German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) which works through the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU in German), call for proposals to Latin American and Caribbean cities to participate in a selection process to receive technical assistance from bikeNcity to implement pop-up bike lanes.
Those who are interested must request the assistance through the next form: https://forms.gle/dJ3h7yuBeh2CiZss5, with the requirements listed in the same link. The requests will be received from November 9 to November 16.