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Policies for Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility in Urban Areas of Mali - SSATP

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Tanzarella Elena

Junior Communication Officer

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Policies for Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility in Urban Areas of Mali SSATP April 2020

Within the framework of its Urban Transport and Mobility (UTM) pillar, SSATP launched a diagnostic pilot activity to support eight pilot countries (Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Guinea, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Senegal) in the development of policies to improve accessibility and mobility in urban areas of Africa. Six thematic areas were considered as priorities:

  • Strengthening the institutional framework for urban transport management,
  • Creating funding sources dedicated to the management of urban transport,
  • Promoting the effective participation of civil society in urban transport management,
  • Improving multi-modal planning and operation of city centers,
  • Improving the performance of public transport (in particular the reform of paratransit services),
  • Organizing and implementing National Government assistance for the management of urban transport in secondary cities.

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