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Integrating multi-modal transport service provision in tourism cluster development in Addis Ababa
Tourism is one of the world’s largest contributors to national incomes. It is actually predicted that the industry would be one of the fastest growing sectors in the twenty first century. AnnualExpand
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A causal-based multi-sectoral approach to the prevention of road traffic accidents and prioritization of response measures in South Africa
Road transport plays a critical role in promoting mobility, accessibility and poverty alleviation. While average household car ownership rates in the developing world remain low, there has generallyExpand
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Public Transport Service Modal choice, affordablity and perceptions in an unpalatable economic environment: the case of an Urban Corridor in Harare (Zimbabwe)
Public transport plays an important role in fulfilling the travel needs of people in cities of the developing world. For most cities, notwithstanding the availability of different modes, whichExpand
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Paying for road access in Zimbabwe: addressing traffic management issues or raising revenue for the fiscus ?
On 8 August 2009, the Government of Zimbabwe introduced road user charges by setting up 22 toll gates centers at designated locations around the country. This measure was undertaken withoutExpand
The role of e-banking in reducing transport costs: a case study of Harare
This paper explores the potential of ICTs in general and electronic banking in particular as strategies to reduce transportation costs in urban environments. The paper is derived from a studyExpand
Challenges of raising road maintenance funds in developing countries : an analysis of road tolling in Zimbabwe
The condition of Zimbabwe's roads has been declining due to insufficient maintenance and rehabilitation. Year on year, budget allocations have compared unfavourably with funding considered adequateExpand
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Harnessing the utility of urban infrastructure asset management in Ethiopian cities : challenges and opportunities
Current urbanization trends have resulted in insatiably high demand for urban infrastructure and services. Municipal authorities are faced with the challenge of maintaining the existing stocks asExpand
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Megaproject complexity attributes and competences: lessons from IT and construction projects
Megaprojects have been associated with persistent underperformance technically, financially, socially and environmentally. This underperformance has been attributed to the inherent complexityExpand
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