An interview with Carlos Cadena Gaitan, Secretary of Mobility of Medellin, Colombia (SuM4All in 60 seconds – Episode 7)

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According to the World Bank's Data Analytics, more than 3 million people have been infected by the Coronavirus and more than 200,000 lives have been lost by the infectious disease worldwide (World Bank Data Analytics, 2020). The pandemic has completely upended lives across the planet, restricting movement, shutting down schools, and forcing millions to work from home. However, the COVID-19 crisis has shown that effective public transport is vital to meet the needs of people, ensure the safe movement of goods, and make the world more resilient

For this episode of our vlog series, we asked Carlos Cadena Gaitan, Secretary of Mobility of Medellin what measures the city is taking to limit the risks of COVID-19 among public transport users and operators – in 60 seconds.


Alejandra Gutierrez

Communications Officer, Sustainable Mobility for All (SuM4All)

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