The Vía RecreActiva: A Successful Open Streets Program - AARP
See how Guadalajara, Mexico's World Renown Open Streets program offers a 41 mile network of car-free streets that enable residents to walk, run, bike, skate, dance and play for a few hours every week, contributing to an overall culture of health.
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