Case study

Ghana Non Motorized Transport Case Study

18 April 2020

The urban population in Ghana has tripled over the last decade. Approximately 56 percent of the population, or 16.5 million people, live in urban areas. Rapid urbanisation without sufficient supporting infrastructure, including public transport and non-motorised transport (NMT) facilities, has led to serious congestion. There is need for significant investment in sustainable modes to improve access in urban centres.