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Researchers are exploring the use of 3D zebra crossing in Kampala as the latest safety measure to protect pedestrians on city roads. The researchers believe that the 3D crossings can help motorists’ vision and help slow down cars when they reach pedestrian crossing points. On Sunday December 2, motorists and pedestrians that used Bombo road;... Continue Reading →
“They [pupils] will not forget,” said teacher Damallie Kibirige from Buganda road primary school in Uganda. “The i-CMiiST project [was crucial] to aid the memory for children to keep themselves safe on the road”. This was one of the highlights of the schools’ view of i-CMiiST’s engagement with their children at a recent project evaluation... Continue Reading →
From a distance, the section of Bombo road above Bat Valley primary school in Kampala looks bright with new black and white stripes. Before September 30, 2018, the road was plain and the vehicles flew over without minding who is crossing. The white and black stripes are a new zebra crossing at Bat Valley primary... Continue Reading →
Using wearable camera as one of the creative methods, the Kampala i-CMiiST team walked along Namirembe road to capture what it looks like now. Why Namirembe road? This is an area due for transformation by the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to include a pedestrian walkway and cycling lane. The city authority also intends to... Continue Reading →
On August 14, 2018, Kampala i-CMiiST creative experts got a rare opportunity to train in a new creative methodology that they could use on either of the research sites in Kampala. i-CMiiST is an acronym for Implementing Creative Methodological Innovations for Inclusive Sustainable Transport, a project supported by the British Academy’s Cities & Infrastructure programme,... Continue Reading →