Uganda’s National Transport Master Plan: Potential for low carbon development

Posted June 10, 2018 at 12:50

This report from LEDS GP’s Transport Working Group assesses Uganda’s National Transport Master Plan as a potential key candidate for accelerating low carbon development.

Transport infrastructure and services are critical to achieving developmental goals in Uganda, ranging from economic development and poverty alleviation to addressing climate change. This case study provides a situational analysis of the transport sector in Uganda, including the development and implementation of the National Transport Master Plan and other relevant plans, projects, and policies. The Working Group provided this country briefing at the request of the Government of Uganda.

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