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Urban Transport, Urban Expansion and Institutions and Governance in Santiago, Chile

  title={Urban Transport, Urban Expansion and Institutions and Governance in Santiago, Chile},
  author={O Figueroa and Claudia Rodr{\'i}guez},
University of Paris XII. Currently professor at the Institute of Urban and Territorial Studies of the Catholic University of Chile. His main fields of work are urban transport and mobility, urban economy and infrastructure. He has been a professor in several Latin American universities, advisor and consultant for different organisations in the Latin American region. Claudia Rodriguez is an architect and Master of Urban Development at the Catholic University of Chile, with experience in planning… 

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