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Africa: People Living in Urban Settings Do a Lot of Walking – but Their Cities Aren’t Walkable


[The Conversation Africa] Walking remains the main mode of transport in many sub-Saharan African cities, especially among low-income residents in informal settlements. Yet, it is well acknowledged that walking conditions in African cities are precarious and unsafe. This is partly due to the prioritisation of local urban design for auto-mobility.

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