June 3 is World Bicycle Day, an invention almost 200 years old that has added inestimable value to the world. During the coronavirus pandemic, the bicycle represents an unmatched rival to permit a more hygienic way to move around, contribute to a sustainable recovery of the economy, and support the transformation of urban transport towards decarbonization via a just … [Read more...] about The bicycle can propel us towards a more sustainable and inclusive future post-pandemic
Iván De la Lanza
Iván De la Lanza
Iván is Manager of Active Mobility in the Cities program at WRI Mexico, responsible for providing technical and management support to cities for the development of pedestrian, bicycle and micro mobility projects in general, as part of the integrated transport networks, the recovery of public spaces and improvement in road safety. Some of the management's projects include the planning, design and implementation of active mobility strategies, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure networks and shared bicycle systems for cities in Mexico, Colombia, Santo Domingo, India and Ethiopia. Prior to this, Iván was Director of Culture, Design and Cycling Infrastructure of the Government of Mexico City, an area specifically created for the implementation of the Bicycle Mobility Strategy, responsible for the implementation of the ECOBICI public bicycle system, the construction of the network of public bicycle lanes and bike parks, as well as the operation of the Sunday promenade and the bicycle bikes. He holds a degree in Administration from the Universidad del Valle de México and has participated as a speaker in various international forums and conferences.