To elevate voices from African professionals seeking to tackle transport and mobility challenges with context-adapted and cost-effective solutions. The Series will feature a wide range of local professionals, experts and change makers. Collectively, these blogs will present a multi-stakeholder space for peers to exchange, learn from one other and explore opportunities for collaboration towards COP27 and beyond.

Thierno Birahim Aw, Khadim Cisse and Ndeye Rokhaya Dieng

Executive Council for Sustainable Urban Transport (CETUD)

Creating a Better Future with Dakar’s Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan


Geofrey Ndhogezi (Lubyanza)

Kampala, Uganda

Making a Case for Informal Transport at an African COP


Najjiba Katesi

First African Bicycle Information Organization (FABIO)

“AFricroozE”: Eco- and Gender-Friendly Electric Bikes to Transform Mobility in Africa


Cabrel Tokam

SLOCAT Partnership

Transport in African Countries' NDCs


Ben Welle, Iman Abubaker and Agraw Ali

World Resources Institute (WRI)

Public Transport Challenges and Root Causes in The African Continent - The Role of Mapping and Transit Data as a Remedy


Festival Godwin Boateng

Columbia Climate School/Earth Institute, New York

Towards Better Used Vehicle Governance in Africa


Jeffrey Witte and Ayikai Poswayo


Safer Roads for All in Africa


Carolyne Mimano

Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP)

Traffic Reduction Policies in Africa