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Launch: Guadalajara Case Study

A weekly ciclovía in Guadalajara, Mexico, known as the Via RecreActiva closes more than 60 kilometers of streets for public recreation. This case study explores the benefits that can come to a city that invests in car-free public space and how these investments can spark broader change towards a safer and more equitable city. (Photo: Via RecreActiva Guadalajara)

Upward and Outward Growth: Managing Urban Expansion for More Equitable Cities in the Global South

Urban areas are expected to triple in size between 2000 and 2030. Unmanaged urban expansion increases the costs of service provision, deepens spatial inequities, and imposes heavy economic and environmental burdens. New analysis on 499 cities’ urban expansion confirm the challenge of rapid...


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