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October 2014

Oct - Transport Newsletter
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Transport Month Not Really About Transport at All? By Geoffrey Bickford, SACN Transport Researcher

When we think about transport we tend to think about trains, buses, cars, planes and sometimes walking and cycling. But transport is used and understood by most as a means to an end. Very few people make use of transport merely for the sake of moving. Rather transport systems are the means by which people are able to access various activities and resources located across space. 

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Upcoming Events

  • Africities Launch Seminar: 14 October, Johannesburg  
  • South African Planning Institute Parallel Session: Cities and People, Making Great Place - Integrated Transport:  21 October, Durban 
  • SACN Strategic Conversation: Spatial Transformation and effective Public Transport: 5 November, Johannesburg  
To keep up to date with the latest news from the secretariat, SACN would like to encourage you to visit our newly launched website at www.sacities.net and to follow our digital and social media platforms (see URL and handles below).
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Mobility crucial in transforming the apartheid city

October is National Transport Month, an annual initiative by the Department of Transport. It was first launched in October 2005 and seeks to raise awareness of the important role of transport in the economy, the transformation of our spatial legacy and the social fabric of our country. The initiative endeavours to encourage participation from civil society and business in promoting a safer, more accessible, affordable and reliable transport system for the country. An efficient transport system will improve the quality of life, services as well as access to places of work, study and entertainment. It will also contribute towards increased economic efficiency and how city residents engage with space. Efficient transport systems furthermore enable connectivity and access to various activities located across our sprawling cities. In South Africa mini bus taxis and private motorized transport are used as the primary transport modes. Raising many concerns about the future of mobility in cities throughout the country and the relative impact of current public transport investment strategies.

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