PLVB is an example for other similar initiatives in Latin America. In 2019, the Program consolidated its position by exchanging experiences and establishing alignment with Transporte Limpio (Mexican Program) and Giro Limpio (Chilean Program), serving as a reference for the establishment of the Uruguayan Sustainable Logistics Program (PLSU) launched in October 2019. In addition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Transport and Logistics (CTL) recognizes PLVB as an example for the MIT SCALE Network for Latin America Sustainable Logistics research line, one of nine initiatives of the Latin American Center for Innovation in Logistics.