After a month-long lull in the Paro Nacional, the first mass protests take to the streets in Bogotá on January 21, and first challenge to public order with López as mayor.
Sniffer dogs will no longer patrol Bogotá's TransMilenio stations after Mayor Claudia López reversed a security strategy citing health concerns for these animals.
On December 23, the first all-electric SITP bus went into service and one 483 vehicles that will contribute in 2020 to clean energy transport in Bogotá.
In an outdoor ceremony in Bogotá's largest green space, Claudia López became the first woman mayor of the capital. In her inaugural address on Tuesday, López outlined key policy objectives.
From December 15 to 23, Bogotanos will be treated to a sound, light and acrobatic spectacle in Plaza de Bolívar titled "El Sueño de Isidro."
With lights to admire every night this holiday season, Bogotá's agenda includes over 100 free events and acrobatic spectacle in Plaza de Bolívar by France's La Maison.
Sustainable and wholesome agricultural practices are some of the ingredients for the success of Bogotá's weekend Mercados Campesinos.
A documentary inspired by Bogotá's abundant biodiversity debuts this month and district initiative to inspire conservation and empathy with urban wildlife.
The Paro Nacional in Bogotá has witnessed the participation of large representations of Colombian society marching in solidarity with the unions and victims of the internal conflict.
Bogotá Mayor Enrique Peñalosa outlined the security operations for the capital to guarantee peaceful protest during the national strike on Thursday, Nov 21.
Creative districts are thriving in Bogotá with San Felipe joining El Bronx as new hubs for startups and creative industries.
Students are on the march across Colombia in protest over institutional corruption and the right to peaceful protest. Incidents of violence and have changed the discussion.
Festival Brilla opens in Bogotá's Botanical Garden on November 16 with an end-of-year spectacle involving giant illuminated sculptures of Colombia's biodiversity.
Bogotá's Séptima is an obligatory stroll down memory lane, layered by architectural disorder within an urban context.
In preparation for Sunday's mayoral elections, a nationwide alcohol ban goes into effect Saturday evening. Local authorities will boost police presence on the streets of Bogotá.
Ending years of uncertainty, a Chinese-Canadian consortium has won the contract to build Bogotá's electric metro in the next seven years.