Perú Plastico — Lima’s El Metropolitano

El Metropolitano, Lima.
El Malecón de Miraflores.
Ciclovía, Avenida Arequipa.
Lima’s El Metropolitano and all intercity buses and airlines require passengers to wear face masks as well as facial protectors.
Bike infrastructure envy: Protected bike lanes along a TransMilenio BRT line in Bogotá.
A rail-like station on Lima’s El Metropolitano.
Estación Bulevar, Barranco, Lima.
Accessible transit at Estación Bulevar in Barranco.
Estación Ricardo Palma, Miraflores.




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