Mobile digital technology as a tool to study walkability to advance theory, policy, and practice of walking for transport

EP-2022-WK-05Project leader: Tamara BozovicCentre for Transport & Society, University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, UK Partners: Abstract Supporting walking for transport requires a better understanding of how decisions to walk are made. Despite growing conceptual and empirical knowledge, there still is no consensus on what is walkable. The proposed project addresses this gap

Platform politics and Silicon Savannahs (PP&SS) 2.0: Mobility apps and fintech

EP-2021-MAC-05, Rike Sitas, African Centre for Cities and University of the Western Cape, Centre for Humanities Research, University of Cape Town, South Africa Partners: Alexis Sebarenzi, University of Rwanda, Rwanda Prince Guma, British Institute in Eastern Africa Jack Ong’iro Odeo, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Department of Development Studies, Kenya Liza Cirolia, University