Does Tanzania's Acclaimed Rapid Bus System Exclude the Poor?
When Tanzania joined many developing countries in trying to find solutions to traffic congestion and low quality public transport through the bus rapid transit systems, officials pledged that fares would be comparable to those of the daladalas - the minibuses which provided the cheapest form of public transport in Dar es Salaam but today fares cost on average 55% more.
The Conversation Africa, 22 January 2019
Bus rapid transit systems (BRT) have become the fashionable solution to chronic traffic congestion and low quality public transport - endemic problems for many cities in developing… Read more »
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) buses in Dar es Salaam.
Daily News, 12 October 2018
STATE Minister in the President's Office Selemani Jafo, has directed Dar Rapid Transit (DART) Agency to speed up the tendering process to get a company to operate the bus rapid… Read more »
Daily News, 14 April 2017
The government has described the Public Private Partnership it had entered with Simon Group Limited as 'the best PPP' tailor-made for the city commuter service Dar es Salaam Bus… Read more »
Poor supervision during the execution of the Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit project is to blame for frequent flooding at the transport network's head office, a factor that was ... Read more »