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Structure  

Conceptual framework & empirical evidence 

WP1 
WP2 
WP3 
WP4 

Mobility, accessibility and land-use assessment issues in Maputo & Freetown 

Vision pathways & implementation strategies 

Legacy &

impact

Conceptual framework & empirical evidence 

AIMS 

  • To develop a novel conceptual framework & evidence base for the analysis of trajectories of transport policy development in a range of cities 

  • Compile positive & negative urban mobility practices from examples of relevant cities across the Global South & the Global North

Vision pathways & implementation strategies 

AIMS 

  • Initiate innovative participative policy-making, planning and governance processes to transition towards sustainable urban mobility in Maputo & Freetown 

  • Establish of a Mobility Action Plan and a prioritization report

Mobility, accessibility & land-use assessment issues in Maputo & Freetown 

AIMS 

  • To assess the base conditions in Maputo & Freetown

  • To conduct a critical examination of urban mobility, urban structure and land-use developments and related socio-economic, cultural and environmental issues

  • To assess through spatial and historical quantitative and qualitative analysis past and contemporary transport and urban policy, planning and governance, funding, legislation, and the way they have impacted both cities

Legacy & Impact 

AIMS 

  • To assess the project processes and outcomes,

  • build legacy in the case study cities

  • and explore the extent to which the methods and learning can be applied to other cities across sub-Saharan Africa, drawing on the typology analysis produced in WP.