Case Study – Matatu Map (App available on App Store)

In an attempt to make matatu travel in Kenya more accessible, this app allows you to find the matatu stop closest to you and the view the matatu numbers that pass through a bus stop. Moreover, there is an ‘Ask’ feature where you can get in contact with the team if you are lost or... Continue Reading →


Case Study – African City Planner is a blog discussing urban planning, placemaking and sustainable transport (including urban cable cars/aerial cable transportation) in Kenya. It is written by CMIIST workshop participant Constant Cap and has recently been nominated for a Best of Kenyan Bloggers award. Creative Method - Blogging *Sustainable Development Goals - 9.1 & 11.3.2 Transport issues addressed -... Continue Reading →

Case Study – Ma3Route

As Nairobi’s leading transit app, M3R crowdsources transport information from their users, using a natural language processing algorithm and a small moderation team. They then provide all commuters with real-time updates on traffic and directions through their mobile apps, website, social media and SMS channels; allowing journeys to be safe and efficient. Their blog is... Continue Reading →

Case Study- Ma3Route and Zusha!

This is a collaboration between the Kenyan campaign for safer roads and an app that crowdsources transport information from their users. On the Zusha! section of the website, drivers can digitally report bad driving and expose those who are driving dangerously by sharing photographs of their licence plates. Creative Method: Website Sustainable Development Goals -... Continue Reading →

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