Social Justice public Transport Principles

Modelling paratransit in low data environments in Africa

Centre for Transport Studies, Faculty of Engineering & the Built Environment, University of Cape Town, South Africa. EP-2022-MAC-07, Prof. Zuidgeest, Mark Abstract Current methods of transport planning, in particular travel demand models, are inherently dependent on accurate representations of the land-use – transport system. Their established methods have been developing since the 1950s, exclusively in

Institutional transformations for sustainable urban mobilities: An exploration of changes in Addis Ababa and Kampala

The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa EP-2020-MAC-03, Njogu Morgan, PhD, Post doctoral Fello Partners: Dr Gudina Terefe Tucho, Jimma University, Ethiopia Marcela Guerrero Casas Abstract: While socially cohesive and environmentally low-impact modes of transport, such as walking, cycling and public transit have historically received limited government support in sub-Saharan Africa, the tide appears

Whose city is it anyway? Interrogation of socially just public transport principle in urban mobility plans/Projects of secondary cities in Kenya (NAKURU City) and Zambia

Kenyatta University, Kenya EP-2021-MAC-07, Catherine Waithera Gateri, Kenyatta University, Kenya Partners: Edward Chibwili, Institute of Economic and Social Research, University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia Mercy M. Fandamu, Directorate of Research, Copperbelt University, Zambia Anne Wairimu Kamau, University of Nairobi, Kenya Abstract: This proposal titled ‘Whose City Is It Anyway? Interrogation of Socially Just Public Transport