Investigating young men’s experiences of walking to the ‘bus’ in low income neighbourhoods of Cape Town and London: a comparative study built round a community peer research methodology 

EP-2022-WK-01Project leader: Gina Porter Dept of Anthropology, Durham University, Durham, UK Partners: • Prof. Bradley Rink, Assoc. Prof. / Head of Dept of Geography, Environmental Studies & Tourism, U. of Western Cape, STH AFRICA• Bulelani Maskiti, Independent Researcher/UCT, STH AFRICA• Sam Clark, Transaid Head of Programmes, National Institute of Transport, Mabibo Road, Dar es Salaam,

Assessing stakeholder perspectives for efficient allocation of paratransit towards mitigating unequal access to opportunities in sub-Saharan African Cities

MAC-2022-EP-02, Project ledare: Gift DumedahRegional Transport Research and Education Centre Kumasi (TRECK), KNUST, Ghana Abstract Adequate access to paratransit is a welfare and livelihood issue in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), a challenge which is especially heightened in informal urban communities. Most SSA cities could collapse without paratransit services, evidenced by severe impacts on cities whenever transport

Meeting the Mobility Needs of the Elderly in Selected Cities in Nigeria and Uganda

EP-2021-MAC-06, Chinebuli Uzondu, Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Nigeria Partners: D Paul Mukwaya – Makerere University (MU), Uganda Simon Patrick Obi – GreenLight Initiative, Nigeria Abstract: Inclusive mobility is an important initiative to directly consider everyone (without reservations) in the initial stages of designing and development of transport and mobility services. Unfortunately, available evidence