Cars May Disappear From This Mexico City Road

Cars May Disappear From This Mexico City Road
Design

Corredor Cultural Chapultepec is a pedestrian-only overpass that could forever change a road whose history dates back to 1532

Jason Brick
  • 25 august 2015

Mexico City may soon host an innovative solution to both its traffic and pedestrian traffic with an elevated park and walkway located above the Avenida Chapultepec. The 0.8-mile walkway, Corredor Cultural Chapultepec, would form a structure similar to the upper deck of a two-level traffic bridge, and consist of a set of walkways, bike paths and parks.

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