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City profile of Freetown: the baseline for sustainable urban mobility


Nolte Julia

Capacity Development Intern


A Freetown case study explores base conditions for Transitions to Sustainable Urban Mobility (T-SUM)

The paper initiated by Transitions to Sustainable Urban Mobility (T-SUM) provides a city profile of Freetown (Sierra Leone), identifying  the base conditions for a transition towards more sustainable urban mobility. The city profile marks the first step to sustainable change, producing evidence-based knowledge for understanding the main drivers of current development trajectories and their influence on urban mobility, accessibility, as well as social and environmental issues in Freetown.

With a focus on the urban transport sector, the working paper aims to contribute to local and global discussions on sustainable mobility transitions.


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