The notion of inclusivity is captured in many cities’ guiding documents, mobility plans and sustainability goals. While well-intentioned, this often loosely used term remains an ideal if not institutionalized and grounded in contextually appropriate practical processes for obtainable results. It is an important concept to embed in urban mobility systems because it enables equitable access to resources and opportunities, and reframes mobility and transport as a public good. What processes do local and sub-national governments need to follow, and what steps could be taken to make inclusivity a reality in their cities?

This webinar frames a conversation around accessible, equitable, and safe mobility in African cities, and shares practices from a number of cities attempting to reframe their mobility paradigms!