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Non-motorised transport

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Inter town transport

as a basis for Nation Wide transport plan

Without the ubiquitous shared taxi fleet, life in Windhoek would, for many residents, grind to a halt. Buses do currently do not serve all parts of the city; taxis allow non-car owners to access the farthest-flung corners of the city while providing employment for 6,000+ Windhoek residents, many of them new arrivals from the rural regions. Unfortunately, taxis, as gasoline-powered vehicles, also cause local air pollution and increase carbon emissions, and that’s why the Innovation Design Lab at the Namibia University of Science and Technology has set out to create a viable solar-powered...
30 Nov. 2016 by Lucas Conwell
This fall, GIZ conducted the MoveWindhoek Transport Survey on board the City of Windhoek’s municipal bus system, and the results were sobering: almost half of customers rate the bus service as poor. The survey aimed to establish a baseline before the City shifts operations to a network of 14 new lines next year. Over 8 days, a team of six survey staff distributed paper questionnaires on 16 different bus lines. The team achieved a total sample size of 842, out of an estimated 10,000 daily bus passengers; respondents overwhelmingly live in outlying, informal townships such as Otjomuise,...
30 Nov. 2016 by Lucas Conwell
Effective today, 22 November 2016, the City of Windhoek's bus operations will shift back to the previous network of traditional routes and 7 new lines. The new bus network will be reintroduced in 2017.
22 Nov. 2016 by Lucas Conwell
On 14 November, the City of Windhoek introduced its new bus network. 14 lines following fixed schedules completely replaced the existing routes, connecting virtually every suburb with the city centre. Each line runs in both directions every 20-60 minutes from 5:00-9:30 and 13:00-19:00 Monday through Friday; all lines offer Saturday service, and Line 6 also runs until later in the evening from UNAM.
21 Nov. 2016 by Lucas Conwell

From 6th to 11th July 2016 a delegation of 10 representatives from the Namibian Road Transport Sector including the Namibian Transport Minister has been on a study tour to Germany. At the start of the tour the delegation was welcomed by Mr Preuß, executive board member of GIZ.

Besides representatives of the Ministry of Works and Transport, officials of state owned enterprises from the road transport sector such as the Roads Authority and the Road Fund Administration...

08 Sep. 2016 by Laura Merz