“The tragic irony of transport in South Africa is that the infrastructure that is meant to unite was used to divide”. Andres de Wet consider the divisive legacy of transport in Cape Town, and why progress remains ‘pocketed’
Rising from the dark, underground world of transport stations, how can a sense of place, community and identity be instilled in the spaces that matter the most in everday life. Andres Torres reflects on London, and the ways in it is getting it wrong and right.
Jonathan Manning reflects on the transformation of Johannesburg through the legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the need for a commitment to designing a collective urban experience which can give meaning to Jozi being a united city.
Infographics lay out data and information in a way that makes it easy to learn and understand. This is an essential element to improving the forces of conversation around sustainable transport globally.
The aviation industry is the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector and the most energy-intensive form of transport. With political pressure finally mounting to act on climate change, we are likely to see major changes to air travel in the years to come. Let’s take a look at some possible scenarios.
Olamide Udo-Udoma considers the modes of transport available to Lagosians- from new BRT and rail projects to the recent banning of three modes of transport.
Editor, Rashiq Fataar interviews Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member for Transport in Cape Town to get a grip on the state of transport in Cape Town and the future ambitions of South Africa’s second largest city.