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

Co-design laboratories for public transport information in African cities

Centre for Transport Development, University of Pretoria, South Africa. EP-2022-MAC-04, Prof. Venter, Christo Abstract This project proposes to use information on public transport as a lens through which to explore participatory approaches to designing transport systems that work for people. It builds on an existing MAC project that is laying the theoretical and empirical foundations

Transport planning based on the principles of justice in Africa: piloting a proof of concept in Kigali and Blantyre

College of Science and Technology, University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda EP-2020-MAC-04, Dr. Alphonse Nkurunziza, Director Centre of Excellency in Transport Planning, Engineering & Logistics, College of Science and Technology, University of Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda Partners: Abstract: Current methods of transport planning focus on the functioning of transport systems, rather than on services received by the