Sean Dayton questions a disturbing phenomenon in Cape Town: nowhere spaces designed to help serial killers get away with murder.
How can we improve safety in cities for women and girls? We chat to young female urbanists about their ideas.
What if every community had a safe route like the Fan Walk in Cape Town’s CBD?
Julia Thayne considers the latest proposal to enter London’s precarious cycle safety debate: the Skycycle. A multi-million pound plan that lift cycle routes off London’s streets- is this a plan for the people?
These are the articles, headlines, and ideas which grabbed our attention this week.
The new bus and public transport lanes give priority to buses and taxis in peaks hours but what about the cyclists?
A joint request for safer cycling in Cape Town on the tragic death of a cyclist in Kalk Bay.
Design concept for the introduction of a High Street in the community of Mfuleni, in response to the Western Cape Government’s High Street Model.
One evening in February a few members of our Future Cape Town team visited the playground in Hangberg, Hout Bay. Driving up into Hangberg it is clear that the community is poor. The houses are small and makeshift structures nestle between more formalised houses. There are shops that operate out of crates. Much like the […]
“Cities are often at the forefront of the delivery of cultural richness. In Mexico city, for example, there is a fantastic initiative which is called the ‘Fallon’, The Lighthouse, signifying hope; a stunning project designed by an architect called Callas. Next to it is an area of approximately a million people […]