This paper explores the core components of travel time of an integrated public transport
system, and compares that with travel time in the private transport system.
Urban Governance in Sub Saharan Africa: An Evaluation of its Effectiveness for Sustainability in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria
This paper explores governance at the local level in Nigeria drawing from the study of the situation in Akure South Local Government Area of Ondo State.
This paper considers the positive and negative features of mega-projects and urban consolidation in South Africa, with an emphasis on their implications for urban efficiency and social justice.
Backyard shacks, informality and the urban housing crisis in South Africa: stopgap or prototype solution?
In South Africa the growth of informality appears to have taken the form of backyard shacks in established townships rather than free-standing shacks in squatter settlements. The paper develops a framework for assessing the impacts and applies it to the country’s leading metropolitan region, Gauteng.
This paper investigates the relationship between urban policies and socioeconomic division on a micro level.
This study investigates the phenomenon whereby settlements with similar socio-economic status exhibit different physical outcomes.
This paper describes how the National Slum Dwellers Federation of Uganda contributes to building resilience in informal settlements.
This study examines the practical and conceptual barriers for local planning authorities advancing international outreach programs based on a global discourse on heritage and heritage management.
This article discusses the moral positions and ethical projects of an urban music culture in contemporary Mali.
This paper examines the Detailed Plans for Urban Expansion Areas (DPUEA) for cities in Egypt.