1. ‘Wawili beba waraka’ When you hear those words, which roughly translates to ‘two more people and we are off,’ don’t assume that the matatu requires two people to fill up. It probably requires three or four more people, and in some cases, it may have two ‘pigaseti’ (people who sit inside the vehicle to give the … Continue reading #TheNairobiWeWant: 6 Things we Hate about Matatu’s
You can catch up with the Urban Dialogue that we had on the 26th of July and was Streamed live on our Facebook Page. Follow this link URBAN DIALOGUE 26th JULY
Join us for our monthly tweetchats. This month we are discussing 'Sustainable Transportation in African Cities hosting sporting events' The tweet chat starts on Thursday 5th of July at 8 pm but the discussion will continue for the rest of the month!
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’