Tatiana Peralta Quiros
Tatiana Peralta-Quiros is a Junior Professional Associate in the Urban Development and Resilience Unit. Prior to joining the Bank, Tatiana graduated from MIT's Civil and Environmental Engineering School Master program in Transportation. While pursuing her Master’s Degree, she worked in the Transit Lab, focusing in the transit operations, urban systems, land use and transit models. Tatiana also has undergraduate degrees in Applied Mathematics in Urban Planning from Harvard University. During her studies she worked in cities in the US, Spain, Brazil, Colombia, and Costa Rica.
- Who Cares about Running the Buses and Trains on Time?
- Unlocking Multi-modal Transport using Big Data: India’s Eastern Corridor
- An Evaluation of Bogota’s Pro-Poor Transport Subsidies— How effective are they?
- How does accessibility re-frame our projects?
- WorldPop's high-resolution mapping: the first ingredient for success in development projects
- Using open tools to create the digital map of Cairo’s public transit
- How does this investment help accessibility for this metropolitan area’s poorest 40 percent?
- Viajar más no significa llegar más lejos, por lo menos para las mujeres en Buenos Aires
- Are women ‘forced’ to work closer to home due to other responsibilities? Does this contribute to gender wage differentials?