Research to Practice: Engaging Local Communities in the Future of Transportation

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When it comes to working with people affected by transportation plans, incorporating the opinions, skills and knowledge of local populations is key. But how do we take community-based research and translate that into information that is seen and heard by governments and donors? In this webinar titled “Research to practice: Engaging local communities in the future of transportation,” sponsored by ReCAP, the Research for Community Access Partnership — Devex talked to three experts with extensive experience in the road and transport sector: Tony Greening, an independent transport research consultant, Gina Porter, senior research fellow at Durham University, and Caroline Barber, head of programs at Transaid.
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