Implement a pilot experience to reduce the levels of environmental pollution, noise pollution and accident rates in the city of Santo Domingo, by (1) transitioning to electric vehicles for delivery; (2) generating real-time data to monitor the positive effects of technological change, make decisions to optimize mobility in the city and generate citizen listening mechanisms; and (3) improve the working conditions of grocery stores (bodegas) that offer delivery services with respect to their drivers.
The country's counterpart amount to USD 750,000.
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