Roger Gorham is a transport economist and urban development specialist with the World Bank, with over 20 years of experience in urban transport, land-use, air quality and climate change. His current portfolio centres on Africa, having worked on urban transport projects in Lagos, Addis Ababa and Nairobi. He also works extensively with the Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP) on urban transport and sustainability policy. He leads efforts on behalf of the Bank and SSATP, in concert with the United Nations Environment Program and others, supporting the development of an Africa Sustainable Transport Forum, which had its inaugural meeting in October 2014.
Sustainable transport as a concept is broadly accepted as a desirable, if elusive, objective in many world regions, but in Africa, it is only just beginning to attract the serious attention of policy makers. Until recently, a policy objective of...Read More...
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