Bogotá, Colombia. Jorge Acevedo Universidad de los Andes Bogotá. Bogotá Today (1). Population: ~7 million, growing 2.2% p.a. ~1 m private vehicles. (1998-2000 ~2.5% p.a. 2001 onwards ~5.5 %) ~35,000 buses, minibuses and colectivos, most of them old (average age over 14 years)
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Universidad de los Andes
(1998-2000 ~2.5% p.a. 2001 onwards ~5.5 %)
Excessive numbers constitute overt oversupply.
Of these, TransMilenio first phase serves 800,000 trips (730,000 former public, 70,000 former private)
These are organized around 65 “public transport companies” that “affiliate” the vehicles, to let them serve the company’s licensed routes. Affiliation costs a down payment and monthly payments.
“Pico y placa”: restriction to operate through vehicle license plate last digit.
>200 km of bicycle paths
ALCALDIA MAYOR DE BOGOTA
Planeación, Gestión y ControlModelo Conceptual de TransMilenio
Corredor Férreo Sur
Corredores Exclusivos de TransMilenio
Etapas I y II (2000-2006)
Ongoing policy decrees aim at: