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

A comparative Assessment of the Quality of Walking and Cycling Infrastructure in Nakuru (Kenya) and Jinja (Uganda)

Sociology Multimedia University of Kenya EP-2021-MAC-08, Gladys M. M. Nyachieo, Sociology Multimedia University of Kenya Partners: Project Team Uganda Ms Esther Bayiga-Zziwa, Lecturer and PhD candidate, School of Public Health, Makerere University, Uganda. Leonard Mwesigwa, Founder and CEO, Inclusive Green Growth Uganda and Transport Engineer and PhD candidate Project Team Kenya Ms Paschalin Mbenge, Young

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