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Ciudad Viva


Ciudad VivaIn recent years, I-CE has formed a close relationship through Living City (Ciudad Viva), a community-based organization that has been active in Santiago, and particularly urban transport issues, since the mid-1990s. It organized a Citizens’ Sustainable Transport agenda in the early 2000s and has worked hard to put both citizen participation and sustainable transport on the local and national planning agendas. In 2008, with its partner, the Brazilian firm, Natura, Living City published Santiago’s first Green Map, which included the city’s first maps of routes actually used by walkers and cyclists. Given this trajectory, I-CE has worked closely with Living City leaders and staff to build a more active, more effective cycling-friendly constituency.

 

 

More room for the bicycle in Chile 2 (Project support of I-CE to Ciudad Viva March 08 - January 09)
In Chile, like in many other countries, people are more and more convinced something has to be done to reduce pollution and traffic congestion by improving non-motorized urban transport as a means to fight poverty through mass mobility and thus establish more social equality.

 

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More room for the bicycle in Chile 1 (Project support of I-CE to Ciudad Viva February 07 - January 08)
In Chile, like in many other countries, people are more and more convinced something has to be done to reduce pollution and traffic congestion by improving non-motorized urban transport as a means to fight poverty through mass mobility and thus establish more social equality.
The in Santiago operating Ciudad Viva organization seizes this opportunity - with the financial and technical support from I-CE - to turn its existing documentation centre into an "active transport" information centre.

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