Background At the intersection between the pinnacle of technological advancement and intelligence, society has achieved remarkable feats, like self-driving cars and manned lunar missions. However, we are perennially challenged by the Herculean task of avoiding traffic congestion in major cities, towns and transport corridors across the Caribbean including getting a … [Read more...] about Is public transport the antidote to traffic congestion in Trinidad and Tobago?
Pablo Guerrero is a Senior Transport Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank. Mr. Guerrero is involved in the evaluation, preparation and management of investment portfolio and technical assistance operations in the Central America, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname and Uruguay, at national, sub-national and municipal level. Mr. Guerrero is responsible for preparing financial and nonfinancial projects on logistics and freight transport, transport infrastructure, rail infrastructure, urban development, and sustainable transport policies. Mr. Guerrero has over 20 years’ experience in the field of transport infrastructure, freight transport, public works, public policy and urban development. Before joining the IDB he worked at the World Bank and private consulting firms in the field of transport infrastructure.