Public Spaces and Integrated Planning

Making Active Mobility and Public Transport a Winning Combination in African Cities: Inspirations from My Trip to Bogota

By |2023-11-08T15:06:56+01:00September 12th 2023|

Following a visit to Bogota, Ulrich C. Tokam imparts invaluable insights for a transportation revolution in African cities.

Public Spaces and Integrated Planning

Fall and Rise of Streets as Vital Public Spaces for Children

By |2023-11-08T15:10:39+01:00September 5th 2023|

From Amsterdam's playful Potgieterstraat to Barcelona's superblocks and Bristol's 'Playing Out' movement, Sudeshna Chatterjee is exploring how urban landscapes are transforming to be more child-friendly.

Urban Health

Enhancing Pedestrian Safety Through Effective Pedestrian-friendly Infrastructure in African Cities

By |2024-01-04T16:22:41+01:00September 8th 2022|

It is the responsibility of both the national and municipal governments to assure pedestrian safety, which is a fundamental human right. In this brief article, Louis Kusi Frimpong addresses the relationship between a lack of pedestrian infrastructure and health outcomes, as well as some pedestrian infrastructure required to enhance pedestrian safety on roads in Africa.

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