Kampala is going to invest in pedestrians and cyclists, as this can save lives, help protect the environment, improve air quality and support poverty reduction.
Kampala continues its efforts to become a sustainable, clean and people centred city and has launched non-motorised transport ways in the city as accelerator for Smart Moving Kampala. Safe, convenient, inclusive transport infrastructure will help people move away from cars to healthier modes of transport. Kampala will focus more and more on “Multimodality”.
Kampala’s Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago and divisional mayors have supported the construction of cycle and walk ways in the city.