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Mobility solutions as a South African urban integrator: the Adam Tas Corridor test-bed case

Development planning for the Adam Tas Corridor in Stellenbosch has been undertaken by a multidisciplinary group, including local and provincial planning authorities, urban developers, transport specialists and various Stellenbosch based interested and affected parties, including STIAS, Stellenbosch University and a number of Stellenbosch based businesses. The next phase of this project will entail extensive research into appropriate methods to ensure sustainable mobility integration between this corridor and greater Stellenbosch. This research will be carried out using Stellenbosch as an incubator or test-bed for mobility solutions applicable to the developing country context, with the research component receiving support from industry partnership and real-world testing of the researched methods and findings. Research projects will consider new models for improved taxi industry operating structures; methods to promote modal change away from private vehicle usage towards sustainable transport solutions; micromobility options and Non-Motorised Transport links in Stellenbosch to promote inclusion of the Adam Tas Corridor. The project will consider public transport and para-transit developments, Mobility-as-a- Service, Non-Motorised Transport and micro-mobility solutions such as bike-share and micro-electric vehicles supported by technology.


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