Lessons from Latin America's Response to COVID-19 Webinar




Cities are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and are facing significant challenges such as how to provide reliable transportation for health and other essential workers while promoting public safety. In Resilience & Transportation: Learning from Latin America's Response to COVID-19, officials from Bogotá, Buenos Aires and Santiago share how their cities have responded to COVID-19, what they have learned and implications for how these cities are planning for the future.

Download the presentations featured in this webinar here.

This webinar is part of the Resilience & Transportation webinar series hosted by TUMI, GIZ, EUROCLIMA+ and NUMO. This webinar was presented in English and recorded on April 15, 2020.


  • Juan Carlos González — Head of Staff, Ministry of Transport & Telecommunications, City of Santiago, Chile
  • Lucila Capelli — Undersecretary of Mobility Policy, City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Sergio Eduardo Martínez Jaimes — Undersecretary for Mobility Planning, City of Bogotá, City of Bogotá, Colombia

Moderated by Sebastian Castellanos (NUMO). Organized by Leanne Kaplan (NUMO).


Header image: Carlos F. Pardo