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Porter, G., Hampshire, K. de Lannoy, A., Gunguluza, N., Mashiri, M., Bango, A. 2018 Exploring the intersection between physical and virtual mobilities in urban South Africa: reﬂections from two youth-centred studies. In T.P. Uteng and K. Lucas, Urban mobilities in the Global South, pp. 59-75. London: Routledge.
Porter, G., Abane, A., Lucas, K. 2020. User diversity and mobility practices in Sub-Saharan African cities: understanding the needs of vulnerable populations. The state of knowledge and research. Gothenburg, Sweden: Volvo Research and Educational Foundations. (38pp) http://www.vref.se/download/18.74c15c6d173d8c1d0b2acadf/1605774654919/1-User%20diversity%20and%20mobility%20practices%20in%20Sub-Saharan%20African%20cities%20-%202020.pdf
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