Red de Ciclovias Recreativas de las Américas (Red CRA)
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13 Nov 2005, Bogota (Colombia). as Ciclovias Unidas de las Américas (CUA) by 16 organizations and one individual: Instituto Municipal de Urbanismo Pereira Passos (Brazil); Instituto Distrital para la Recreación y el Deporte (Colombia); Ciudad Humana (Colombia); Jaime Ortiz Mariño (Colombia); Instituto para el Deporte y la Recreación (Colombia); GEOMAS (Chile); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (USA); Chicago Land Bicycle Federation (USA); Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) - Non-communicable Diseases Unit (USA); Municipalidad de Guatemala (Guatemala); Ciudades Publicas (Mexico); Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental (Mexico); Fundación Biciacción (Ecuador); Instituto Peruano del Deporte de San Borja (Peru); Municipalidad de San Borja (Peru); Instituto Autónomo de Circulación y Transito (Venezuela); Municipalidad de Chacao, Caracas (Venezuela).
Promote across cities in the Americas the temporary closure of certain streets to motorized traffic in order to form safe routes where pedestrians and cyclists can play, sport, walk or participate in recreational activities.Available with paid subscription only.
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