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CITY PROFILE - Freetown: Base Conditions of Mobility, Accessibility and Land Use

Working paper preprint

December 2020

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The city profile is the first rigorous attempt at producing evidence-based knowledge for understanding the main drivers of current development trajectories (Levy et al., 2017) and their influence on urban mobility, accessibility, social and environmental issues in Freetown.

This city profile aims to provide an overview of Freetown’s urban development with a focus on the transport sector to support pathways to sustainable urban mobility in the long term.

 

The city profile contributes to discussions in local, national and global arenas by drawing on debates about mobility transitions and sustainable development. It focuses on describing the base conditions from which to examine trajectories towards more sustainable mobility.

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CITY PROFILE - Freetown: Base Conditions of Mobility, Accessibility and Land Use

Executive summary presentation by Braima Koroma (SLURC)

December 2020

Strategic vision for sustainable urban transport and mobility in Sierra Leone:

Timeline of policy priorities

November 2020

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This document summarises the consensus that emerged during the T-SUM workshop ‘Future Freetown, Improving Mobility – from Vision to Implementation’ that took place on March 4th 2020 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The participatory workshop was led by SLURC and UCL, with the support of Freetown City Council, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation, the Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority, the Sierra Leone Roads Authority, the Sierra Leone Road Transport Cooperation, the Sierra Leone Institution of Engineer, Fourah Bay College and
the Directorate of Science Technology and Innovation.

 

Circa 50 key stakeholders across sectors and representatives of the public participated.

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Strategic vision for sustainable urban transport and mobility in Sierra Leone:

Practical implementation constraints and opportunities

October 2020

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This document summarises the consensus that emerged during the T-SUM workshop ‘Future Freetown, Improving Mobility – from Vision to Implementation’ that took place on March 4th 2020 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The participatory workshop was led by SLURC and UCL, with the support of Freetown City Council, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation, the Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority, the Sierra Leone Roads Authority, the Sierra Leone Road Transport Cooperation, the Sierra Leone Institution of Engineer, Fourah Bay College and
the Directorate of Science Technology and Innovation.

 

Circa 50 key stakeholders across sectors and representatives of the public participated.

Read the full report by clicking on the image above or the PDF icon on the right

Strategic vision for sustainable urban transport and mobility in Sierra Leone:
Lessons and insights from Freetown

June 2020

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This document summarises the consensus that emerged during the T-SUM workshop ‘Future
Freetown, a Vision to Improve Mobility’ that took place on December 3rd and 4th 2019 in Freetown, Sierra Leone. The workshop was led by SLURC and UCL, with the support of Freetown City Council, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation, the Sierra Leone Road Safety Authority, the Sierra Leone Roads Authority, the Sierra Leone Road Transport Cooperation, the Sierra Leone Institute of Engineer, Fourah Bay College and the Directorate of Science Technology and Innovation.

 

Circa 50 key stakeholders across sectors and representatives of the public participated.

Read the full report by clicking on the image above or the PDF icon on the right

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