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StreetFilms is at it again. We linked to their great coverage of the 9th Avenue bike lane project in New York City. Now they’ve put together a video piece on an international city whose government has pulled out all stops to bring alternative transportation and a healthy lifestyle to its citizens.
Bogota, Colombia is the city, and Ciclovia:Bogota is the name of the very cool 10 minute video snippet (embedded above).
Thanks to former mayor, Enrique Peñalosa, Bogota has become famous for taking back its streets from cars and offering alternative transportation solutions.
Ciclovia is a program that runs every Sunday and holidays from 7am to 2pm. The city of Bogota converts 70 miles of streets to non-motorized traffic corridors. Twenty “Recreovia” stages throughout the city feature free exercise classes on everything from aerobics to rhumba. The idea is to build a sense of community and to get people outside and active.
What immediately comes to mind when I think back to our trip were the ubiquitous smiles on everyone’s faces wherever we went. Nearly 1.8 million Colombians out using the Ciclovia and Recreovia to de-stress, get healthy, and connect personally with their fellow citizens. Young or old, rich or poor, pedestrian or cyclist - in Bogotá everyone loves the Ciclovia.