Imagine if you could book a taxi simply by tweeting a taxi driver.
Is informality the key to the future transformation of Latin America? Architect Antonio Yemail believes so.
Our latest post looks at his work and features a video interview with the architect himself.
Antonio Yemail on the future of Colombia.
What if national newspapers reported on urban issues in an engaging and accessible way? In Chile, they do.
José Carrera, Development Bank of Latin America
We’ve spent the last week exclusively covering Latin American cities on This Big City. Click here to check out the posts.
The very first Bus Rapid Transit system was implemented in Brazil, but even the Aussies have got one now. Check out 5 cities with BRT.
Just as the crime problems in Latin American cities in Guatemala and Mexico are not always homegrown and have transnational influences, the effects of crime go beyond social unrest and insecurity and can negatively impact development. Ironically, the negative effects of crime on economic development create further systemic violence in communities exacerbating path dependencies in poverty and crime…