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in sustainable urban transport development

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Improved safety

reducing traffic accidents

Non-motorised transport

is efficient and healthy, a clear bet

Inter town transport

as a basis for Nation Wide transport plan

Since last Wednesday (22nd June) the Ministry of Works and Transport and City of Windhoek with the support of GIZ and Autohaus Truck and Bus (MAN franchise for Windhoek) are testing an articulated bus for Windhoek ....
23 Jun. 2016 by Gregor Schmorl
Bike Shop Guide Windhoek Walking and cycling is on the one hand the most basic and traditional form of transportation and on the other hand the most efficient form of transport for short distances. Therefore it is important to cater for the needs of pedestrians and cyclists in order to offer safe and functioning infrastructure.
19 Apr. 2016 by Johanna Shivute
The German government is one of the main actors in developing public transport in Namibia. Since 2012 the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) engages in the development and the funding of public transport in Namibia. Today, five years later it is time to review what the German Government together with the Ministry of Works and Transport (MWT) as the main political partner and the City of Windhoek (CoW) has achieved so far in Namibia.
15 Mar. 2016 by Lea Frank-Gretic
The WHO currently released an article about the top ten causes of death for adolescents. One of the most cause of death are road traffic injuries, which is even ranked before deaths caused by HIV and AIDS. In 2013 more ten-to-nineteen-year-olds were killed by Road injuries than any other disease on the African continent.
25 Feb. 2016 by Johannah Juepner