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Modural : enquêter sur les pratiques de mobilité durable dans les métropoles d’Amérique latine (Bogotá et Lima)

Abstract : This conference is part of the activities of the three-year Modural research programme, "The practice of sustainable mobility in Latin American metropolises: a comparative study of Bogotá (Colombia) and Lima (Peru)", which started in January 2020. Bringing together an international (France, Colombia, Peru) and multidisciplinary team (geographers, urban planners, sociologists and transport engineers) of about twenty members (professors-researchers, post-doctoral fellows, engineers, doctoral students), the project examines the sustainability of daily commuting in two megacities with nearly 10 million inhabitants in Latin America, Bogotá and Lima. The health crisis caused by Covid-19 has deeply affected mobility practices in these cities and has made it necessary to change the way our research is implemented. After a brief presentation of the programme, the paper discusses the impact of Covid-19 on daily mobility in Bogotá and Lima since the beginning of the pandemic (in March 2020). It then describes how the inhabitants of the two cities have adapted to the severe constraints of the pandemic, based on lessons learned from a series of off-site surveys. Finally, it proposes some reflections on how to investigate daily mobilities in the context of a pandemic.
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Vincent Gouëset, Jérémy Robert, Florent Demoraes, Maëlle Lucas. Modural : enquêter sur les pratiques de mobilité durable dans les métropoles d’Amérique latine (Bogotá et Lima). 3èmes Rencontres Francophones Transport Mobilité RFTM, Jun 2021, Paris (en ligne), France. ⟨hal-03257733⟩

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