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Vincent Blanqué

Vincent Blanqué is a Geospatial Engineer, an inveterate urban cyclist (always, he goes to the corner to buy his bread by bicycle), and cycling activist in the different cities where he has lived with Bicicultura in Santiago de Chile, Actibicimo in Lima, Urban Cycle Planning in Copenhagen and now CamCycle in Cambridge. He has carried out several surveys and censuses of cyclists that allowed us to understand trends and extract relevant insights. He has been co-organizer of the Bikeable City Masterclass held annually in Copenhagen. He is convinced that the bicycle is a powerful tool for change to radically transform cities towards more liveable places for people and nature, as well as slow down global warming.

The Rise of Bike Lanes in Lima

New quick-build bicycle lanes allowed many people to stay active and get around Lima, Peru during the pandemic.

October 17, 2023