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LatAm cities converge on São Paulo in search of mobility solutions

Sixteen cities from across Latin America and a specially invited guest city from Europe, Budapest, met in São Paulo for the second of a series of international meetings, called the 20-20, organised by Cities Today.

At the meeting, which was held from 27 to 29 April, city representatives, including mayors and transport secretaries, came together in a roundtable format hosted by São Paulo to discuss urban mobility solutions with companies including Ericsson, Philips Lighting, BYD and Doppelmayr.

A session on finance, to seek ways to close the infrastructure gap, drew some animated discussions. São Paulo is keen to replicate Bogota’s ability to raise taxes on fuel rather than increase public transport fares.

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