Masses amassed in the Federal District of México for the high holiday, Día de Muertos. Interweaving cyclists, pedestrians, cars and pushcarts managed to share streets and sidewalk space without incident. One reason for the harmonious flow; there were no strollers. While families—mom, dad, granparents and many kids—made up the majority of the revelers, children either walked or, if too wee, were carried. No strollers.