ITDP is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City with offices in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, and the United States. ITDP’s programs focus on public transport, non-motorized transport, travel demand management, parking, transport policy, and urban development.

César Hernández

Public Transport Leader

Urbanist by the Architecture Faculty of National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), he spent a semester abroad at University of Guadalajara. César joined ITDP Mexico in 2012 at public transport area, where has participated in projects for mexican cities, mainly related to mobility plans, transport systems modeling and proposals, and evaluation for infrastructure, operation and design of BRT systems through the BRT Standard; he also has collaborated in car use reduction and active mobility projects. In early 2016 he joined Centro Mario Molina as mobility and urban development specialist. In late 2017 he joined back ITDP as responsible for public transport program in Mexico.


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