The City of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a city of 6.5 million inhabitants, had several years to plan, invest, and prepare for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. A significant part of these efforts were in mobility infrastructure and operations, as they would become a fundamental legacy for the city. Silva, Maiolino and Torres, who were involved in these efforts in various capacities, discuss this experience and some of the challenges that go beyond investments in infrastructure such as behavior and operational changes.
Silva, Simone C.R.; Maiolino, Carlos E.G.; and Torres, Jacqueline A.
"The Rio Games Legacy in Mobility: Challenges Beyond Infrastructure,"
1, Article 18.
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