Can it make bus system work?
As the central government looks set to take over management of Kampala city, one area it needs to look at closely is the city roads and transport sector.Â It needs a deeper look at the problems and the various plans and proposals to solve them.Â
Kampala specifically, and Uganda as a whole, is developing quickly, but the infrastructure of the city and country are not growing as fast.
Kampala district, according to 2002 census, accommodated 66% of all urban residents countrywide.Â
Since then, Kampala District and the areas surrounding it (called the â€œthe Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area (GKMA)â€) have seen significant increases in population, vehicles on the road, businesses and construction, but there has been little to no change in infrastructure.Â