Chapultepec Avenue slices through Mexico City splitting part of the city in two. With 10 lanes of chaotic traffic, it’s hard to cross the street, hard to bike, and generally not a place where people want to spend time. (Video)
Bike rides for the visually impaired and blind.
In a very interesting initiative that began last January, a group of three non governmental organizations from Mexico City are organizing bike rides for the blind and visually impaired. The rides are guided by volunteers on tandem bikes, and are offered on Sunday mornings, when a few streets in the historical center of the city are closed for pedestrians and human powered vehicles. What does this do for these people? More than you would think.
Speaker lineup for this week’s ExpoManagement 2009 Summit in Mexico City
On November 19th Futurist Thomas Frey will take the stage at the ExpoManagement 2009 Summit in Mexico City with eight other global visionaries to help leading business executives in Mexico think through the challenges that lie ahead as businesses struggle to regain their footing in today’s turbulent economy.