Transaid presentation on ‘Transforming Rural Access: Motorcycles, low cost infrastructure and appropriate standards’ at the T2 conference in Zambia

Transaid presented at the 8th Africa Transportation Technology Transfer (T2) conference, which was held in Livingstone Zambia from the 8th to 10th of May, 2017 courtesy of Research for Community Access Partnership (ReCAP). The theme for the conference was: ‘Linking Africa through Sustainable Transport Infrastructure Development’

The overall objective of the UK Aid funded ReCAP  is to improve accessibilty of the rural poor in Africa and Asia to economic opportunities and social facilities through improvements to infrastructure and transport.

This is a forum intended to share, exchange and debate experiences, best practices and new technologies in the provision, maintenance and management of all modes of transport. Part of the presentation is based on findings from Transaid’s ReCAP funded Boda boda webinar held on the 6th of April, 2017 on the topic of ‘Motorcycle taxis in a Rural Context in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.’ To read more click here.