A few of us enjoyed participating in the Paseo de
Todosdisco-themed
night ride on Thursday, March 27. The route took us from the
Monumento a la Revolucion to the Zocalo in Centro Historico. Over 4,000 DF
cyclists of all ages participated in this open streets event!

- Camille Guiriba

I was excited to see four electric car charging stations immediately behind the Catedral Metropolitana. My excitement was tempered when I saw not one of the cars parked there was an electric car. 

Manuel Lopez

I was excited to see four electric car charging stations immediately behind the Catedral Metropolitana. My excitement was tempered when I saw not one of the cars parked there was an electric car.

Manuel Lopez

Here is the route map for the event.

Muevete en Bici on Sunday, March 3, 2014

I arrived Sunday morning and woke up to see this beautiful sight on Paseo de la Reforma. The sun was shining. People were out and about. It also happened to be one of two days of EcoFest, a green festival that showcased music, dance, demos, and vendors of green merchandise.

JW

The final stop on our tour of Unidad Habitacional Nonoalco-Tlatelolco (the second largest housing development in the Americas) was this community garden. It sits on the site of a tower that collapsed during the 1985 earthquake. The earthquake is still a difficult topic for many of the residents, but this garden is a sign of community healing.

-tulsi