Cycle lane networks are quick to build compared to other transport infrastructure, generating climate, health, and economic benefits in the near term, and often paying for themselves in just a few years. Cycle infrastructure networks are one of the most cost-effective strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the urban passenger transport sector, however they have been under-invested in and overlooked in favor of larger, more expensive transport projects.

A new report co-authored by ITDP and the World Bank makes the case for scaling up financing for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. Case studies show that the return on investment for cycle lane networks is high—both in terms of the network effects from supporting other transport investments like metro or bus rapid transit (BRT) and the resulting climate, health, and economic benefits. In this webinar, panelists will discuss how governments, financial institutions, and philanthropic and civil society organizations can increase investment in active mobility projects as a means to achieve broader transport, climate, and economic goals.

This event will feature live interpretations in Spanish.

 

Moderator

Dana Yanocha Research Manager, ITDP Global

As the Senior Research Associate for ITDP Global, Dana work includes research and analysis of trends in sustainable transportation and development. She has led the development of key ITDP publications including the 2018 Bikeshare Planning Guide, and several policy briefs including Optimizing Dockless Bikeshare for Cities and Ride Fair: A Policy Framework for Managing Transportation Network Companies. Dana holds an MA in Sustainable Urban Development from DePaul University and a BA in International Politics from Penn State University.

 

Speakers

Elvira Clara Moscoso Cabrera Urban Mobility Manager, Municipality of Lima

Elvira is currently the Urban Mobility Manager of the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima. Prior to that, she held roles as a Manager of Sustainable Mobility of the District Municipality of La Molina, Manager of Urban Transportation of the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, Advisor in the Ministerial Office in the Ministry of Transport and Communications, first Director Municipal Urban Transportation of Lima. Elvira has extensive experience in managing and guiding public and private companies in areas of transportation, inspection, citizen security, industry and services, with a focus on service to citizens and reduction of social impact. 

She holds master’s degrees in Risk Management at EALDE Business School and Business Administration and Management from the Universidad Católica San Antonio,Spain.

Winnie Wang Lead Transport Specialist, Infrastructure Program Leader - Europe and Central Asia Region (ECA)

Winnie is a Senior Transport Specialist with the World Bank Group. Professionally trained in transport planning, she has worked on urban transport, roads, railways and logistics across countries in North America, Europe and Asia. Winnie recently returned from Sri Lanka, where she developed and implemented several large size infrastructure investment projects focusing on urban transport and climate resilient rural connectivity improvements. Winnie also worked as Infrastructure Program Leader for the Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka Country Management Unit coordinating Digital Development, Energy and Transport sectors for the three very diversified countries.

Prior to joining the World Bank Group, Winnie worked at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) for Metrorail planning, and Transport for London (TfL) for intermodal transport planning with big data application. Winnie is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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