Mobility stands as a crucial avenue to enhance well-being. Embracing sustainable mobility ensures a brighter future for generations, fostering awareness and preparedness for the journey ahead.
Maputo grapples with rapid urbanization, accommodating 2.5 million inhabitants within a sprawling 2,000 square kilometers. The surge in population demands versatile and efficient infrastructures, enabling equitable access to urban services and spaces tailored to diverse needs.
Sustainable mobility entails thoughtful models and practices catering to the unique transitability needs of different groups, considering vulnerabilities, environmental concerns, and safeguarding against communicable diseases like COVID-19. Inclusivity is paramount, ensuring no one is left behind. Special measures must be instituted for marginalized groups, including women, elderly, children, and those discriminated against based on age, gender, sexual orientation, or economic status
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