Kenya Transport Research Network Forum – July 2018

The Kenya Transport Research Networks Forum was held on Wednesday 18th July 2018 at Kenyatta University. The focus of the forum was Road Safety. Constant Cap gave a presentation on behalf of Naipolitans, where he focused on how we can create a 'People Driven approach to Road Safety.' The discussion looked at local and global road … Continue reading Kenya Transport Research Network Forum – July 2018

‘Transforming the Walking and Cycling experience in Nairobi’

As part of our work on the #icmiist (implementing creative methods in innovative sustainable transport) we held an urban dialogue on the 17th of May 2018. The dialogue was held at the historic August 7th Memorial Park. Under the theme 'Transforming the Walking and Cycling experience in Nairobi' , A brief presentation was made on … Continue reading ‘Transforming the Walking and Cycling experience in Nairobi’

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Implementing the New Urban Agenda Through Placemaking: From Nairobi to Amsterdam

By Project for Public Spaces on Sep 15, 2017 The case for placemaking in the Global South is clear: as a platform for economic development, safety, cultural expression, and social inclusion. As evidenced at the Making Cities Together Conference in Nairobi in May, placemaking has reached global relevance as a platform for achieving broad-sweeping development goals. Global-scale … Continue reading Implementing the New Urban Agenda Through Placemaking: From Nairobi to Amsterdam

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Discussion: Nairobi County Public Space and Maintenance Bill 2017

The Nairobi County Public Open Space Bill underwent the First Reading on Tuesday 16th May 2017. Persuant to Article 196 (1) and Standing order 121 (3), the Sectoral Committee of Culture and Community Services invites interested members of the public to submit any representations on the proposed ammendments. Owing to a number of concerns raised … Continue reading Discussion: Nairobi County Public Space and Maintenance Bill 2017