• Yaounde

    SUMP

Key Facts

Beneficiary Partner: Urban Community of Yaounde
Funding source for support: EU INTRA-ACP, European Commission together with Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial, French Government, and  
Duration of commission: FFEM (July 2016-Dec 2019) – Intra-ACP (Dec 2017-March 2022) 
Volume: 400 000€ (Intra-ACP) for local support / 100 000€ FFEM for national support
Implementing Partners: AFD, CODATU 

 

Population (year):
Land area (year):
GDP per capita (year):
Urban growth rate
2.5 million
108 km²
$3169
6%

 

The Challenge 

Yaounde’s population is expected to grow up to 3.3M inhabitants by 2025, resulting in important challenges for urban services, urban transport being one of the first service to be impacted. The consequential urban sprawl will require the development of additional 650 hectares of land per year.
As of today, the major mobility challenges for Yaounde are the following: The urban sprawl and the recent development of informal mobility solutions (moto-taxi, mini-bus) to serve the suburban areas;
  • Control over urban sprawl;
  • Congestion management;
  • Development of a public transport network, relying on mass transit systems;
  • Development of public transport infrastructures;
  • Access to work, markets and educational services by public transport, walking or cycling;
  • Availability of affordable transport options for all citizens;
  • Air pollution, environment protection, public health and security;
  • Regulation and integration of informal public transport (paratransit);

 

Technical Assistance

  • Strategic objectives
    • Assessment of the implementation over the last decade of the existing urban mobility plan, developed in 2010;
    • Revision of the 2010 urban mobility plan to upgrade it to a SUMP (with a GHG emission reduction component), on the basis of an evaluation and accurate data on mobility;
    • Establishment of a vision for the next 10 years, based on an action plan detailing the short term (1-2 years), middle term (5 years) and long term (10 years) actions;
    • Establishment of a realistic financing plan, with description of the sources of revenue (local/national/international).
  • Operational objectives
    • Organization of workshops with local stakeholders
    • Assessment of the identified and ongoing projects:
      • Construction of the Yaounde-Nsimalen highway
      • Development of the access to Olembe from the North
      • Rehabilitation of the 5502 road (Tradex eleveurs – Chapelle Ngousso)
      • Rehabilitation of the 4007 road (Mvog Atangana Mballa and Mbog Mbi) and its feeders;
      • Development of Simbock intersection;
      • Rehabilitation of the access road to the Simbock International War School of Yaounde;
      • Rehabilitation of roads in Mvog Ada neighborhood;
      • Reinforcement of the presidential itinerary from Nsimalen.
    • Improvement the multimodal integration;
    • Development of an Urban Mobility Monitoring Center to monitor and centralize all data;
    • Develop training programs.

 

 Capacity Development

03 workshops / seminars
02 technical committees
05 steering committees
05 restricted workshops
03 public meetings

 

Results

Main achievements in 2017
  • Deliverables & Documents
    • Preparation of the tender documents (review and validation by local and national counterparts)
    • Launch of the tender to revise and upgrade the SUMP in Yaounde
    • Proposals received mid-November 2017
    • Selection of the consultancy
    • Preparation of the consultant’s intervention
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