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Mobility by Vectio 1×03 with Ana Álvarez

In the new chapter of Mobility by Vectio we go to the offices of Vectio | Traffic & transport planning in Madrid to meet Ana Álvarez. Ana has been doing her traffic engineering work in the company for several years and tells us how she discovered traffic engineering, how is the methodology of the work she does most often and what are the projects she has been working on recently. #mobilitytogether

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