In Bogotá, Colombia, where the city has already experimented with providing emergency bicycle lanes, a new initiative is providing free access to an e-bicycle fleet for medical workers as the city begins to shut down all non-essential travel. On March 27, medical workers across the city began to receive e-bicycles from micromobility operator MUVO to facilitate their mobility and ability to provide life-saving services. The city government is coordinating logistical support. Despacio, a local non-governmental organization, and NUMO, the New Urban Mobility alliance, agreed to co-fund operations. MUVO agreed to repurpose its entire fleet of 400 bicycles, giving them over for personal use for one month initially.