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
Ramiro Alberto Ríos
Ramiro Alberto Ríos Ríos
Ramiro Alberto Ríos holds a Master's degree in urban and transportation planning by the University of California, Los Angeles. He has more than 10 years of experience working on urban mobility and transportation projects around the world. He has held positions as a transport and environment researcher at the Institute for Transport and Development Policies (ITDP), consultant to the transport divisions of the Inter-American Development Bank and the World Bank, Principal Transport Planner for the city of Alexandria in Virginia and most recently as manager of entry to Latin American markets at JUMP Bicycles. Ramiro is an avid cyclist who is convinced that the bicycle is an agent of change that is about to explode in our cities.