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Posted: 22. January 2013
The IFHP Travel Squad reports from London: Experts say that the time might be right for new forms of urban transportation.
Posted: 22. January 2013
There is no precise way of putting this, but the city of London is changing dramatically these years and that includes the skyline which is being ‘screwed’, as Guardian architecture critic Rowan Moore states.
Posted: 09. January 2013
Emerging in a changing city 
Posted: 14. December 2012
In Bogotá, the bicycle is perceived as a low-status means of transportation. How do you change this?
Posted: 06. December 2012
As most megacities, Bogotá’s population primarily consists of people who originates from other cities.
Posted: 05. December 2012
Bogotá (and Colombia) is facing many problems, primarily due to the level of poverty and the consequences following crime and corruption at all societal levels.
Posted: 03. December 2012
Bogotá is known worldwide for its bus rapid transit (BRT) system, TransMilenio.
Posted: 30. November 2012
In the heart of Bogotá, Avenida 7 forms a mental border between the colonial touristic neighbourhood La Candelaria and the highly stigmatised Belén.
Posted: 28. November 2012
The garden city near the Eiffel tour
Posted: 28. November 2012
Before the Peñalosa administration took over in 1998, there was only one public library in Bogotá.

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