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INTALInC partners and others are seeking contributions for an edited volume, Transport and Mobility Futures in Urban Africa. The purpose of this book is to bring together into an edited volume, engaging and well-researched topics from scholars researching various aspects of transport and mobility in the African context. We are currently approaching authors so that…
A recording of the first session in the INTALInC and INTALInC LAC webinar series ‘Researching Transport Inequalities in Global South Cities’ is now available. ‘Access to opportunities’ includes presentations on ‘Accessibility and social equity in Africa’ (Daniel Oviedo, INTALInC-LAC and UCL, UK) and ‘The Access to Opportunities Project in Brazil’ (Rafael Pereira, Institute of Applied…
The latest edition of the INTALInC newsletter is now available to read. It includes the latest network news, information about partner projects and funding opportunities, as well as two case studies around transport equity in Nigeria. The newsletter also provides links to two INTALInC surveys which are currently live. We would really love it if…
The Volvo Research and Education Foundations has launched its Mobility and Access in African Cities grants application process. The grants, worth up to SEK 25,000, will enable scholars from Sub-Saharan African Universities to make short term visits to other to further knowledge and capacity base on equitable and sustainable mobility and access in Sub-Saharan African…
The  Volvo Research and Education Foundations’ (VREF) Mobility and Access in African Cities grant application process is now open. The grants, worth up to SEK 25,000, which are available to scholars from Sub-Saharan African universities, will enable researchers, PhD students and advanced Masters students to visit other SSA universities to further knowledge and capacity base…
Call for papers: Special issue of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries on ‘Sociotechnical Approaches to Road Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries’ Guest Editors: Dr Katherine Plant, Professor Neville Stanton and Dr Rich McIlroy University of Southampton, UK. Contact Katherine Plant Sociotechnical Approaches to Road Safety in Low and Middle…
After a brief hiatus as a result of a funding gap, INTALInC is back! We have taken this opportunity to update some of our communications materials. The new network flyer can be downloaded here.We have also set up a LinkedIN group and are now seeking to broaden its membership. Please do have a look. The…
Congratulations to Marianne Vandershuren, who is based at INTALInC partner organisation, The University of Cape Town, for her success in winning the Transportation Research Board Charley V Wootan Award. Marianne’s paper examines ‘Perceptions of Gender, Mobility and Personal Safety: South Africa moving forward’. Marianne will receive her prize at the Transportation Research Board’s 99th Annual…
We are delighted that the Kenya-based organisation, Flone Initiative has joined INTALInC as a network partner. Flone Initiative is a women-led organisation working towards ending violence against women and girls in public spaces. The organisation’s vision to create a sustainable and safe society where women and girls live peaceful and fulfilled lives is supported by…
The Second Annual Women in Transportation African Conference, organized by Flone Initiative and the World Resource Institute Africa, will provide a platform for practitioners, researchers, policy makers and other key stakeholders to engage in skill-building, idea-sharing and experiential learning that will inspire new solutions to transport challenges faced by women and other vulnerable road users….