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November 4, 2022

Frequently Asked Questions about BICI

We want to help your city submit a strong application to BICI. In early November, we held informational webinars where we answered questions about the program and how to apply. Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about BICI can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions about BICI
My Way to School: Making kids’ journeys to school in Santiago, Chile, safer and more enjoyable

January 23, 2023

My Way to School: Making kids’ journeys to school in Santiago, Chile, safer and more enjoyable

In 2019, the GDCI team selected the capital city of Santiago, Chile, as a Streets for Kids Technical Assistance project. Together with Ciudad Emergente, a Chilean nonprofit, we selected Enrique Soro street as the project site. The project’s main objectives were to establish safe intersections, extend sidewalks, and reduce speeds.

Piazze Aperte: Come Milano ha restituito le sue piazze ai suoi abitanti

May 24, 2022

Piazze Aperte: Come Milano ha restituito le sue piazze ai suoi abitanti

A maggio 2022,  il Comune di Milano ha implementato 38 interventi di urbanistica tattica e continua a progettarne di nuovi, con un residente milanese su due a 15 minuti (800 metri) da una delle Piazze tattiche.

Piazze Aperte: How Milan Gave its Piazze Back to the People

May 24, 2022

Piazze Aperte: How Milan Gave its Piazze Back to the People

As of May 2022, the Municipality of Milan has now implemented almost 40 tactical interventions and continues to plan new ones—with one in two Milanese residents now living within 15 minutes (800 meters) of the Piazze.

Transforming a Crash Hotspot into a Pedestrian Haven in Quito

May 20, 2021

Transforming a Crash Hotspot into a Pedestrian Haven in Quito

In 2020, as a part of the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety (BIGRS) program, GDCI began working with the city of Quito, Ecuador with the ambition of improving road safety, reducing injuries and deaths on the roads

GDCI Supports Streets for Life: 6th UN Global Road Safety Week

May 13, 2021

GDCI Supports Streets for Life: 6th UN Global Road Safety Week

Taking place May 17-22, 2021, the theme of this year's UN Global Road Safety Week (UNGRSW) is "Streets for Life," focusing on the importance of limiting speeds to 30km/h (20mph) on streets where people and vehicles mix in an organized way