The Women Bus Drivers Overcoming Stereotypes in Bogotá

The Colombian capital is creating a more sustainable, safe, equal and just transport system. Women are at the heart of it.

Credit: Peter Yeung

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Peter Yeung is a Contributing Editor at Reasons to be Cheerful. A Paris-based journalist, he also writes for publications including the Guardian, the LA Times and the BBC. He’s filed stories from across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.

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