In 2019, only 0.9% of all trips made in Lima were made by bicycle. What would happen if this percentage increases to 15% by 2050? Commissioned by the World Bank, Decisio, a economic research consultancy specialized in (spatial) economic issues, analyzed the social impacts of #PlanBici in Peru.
To do this, they followed the standard methodology that the Netherlands uses to assess the relationship between the cost of an investment and its benefits for communities.
This infographic shows highlights of the results: