My Ideal City: Bottom up urban planning in Bogota

My Ideal City allows Bogota residents to give input on how to fix certain issues in the downtown area, becoming a forum for debate that builds to a series of possible solutions—such as how to house the city’s 1 million commuting students (solution: micro-housing!) or how to prevent the massive flooding that happens every year (bringing the river back to its natural riverbed).

My Ideal City: Bogota, Mi Ciudad Ideal: Bogota
http://www.miciudadideal.com/en, http://www.miciudadideal.com/

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