Constant Cap discussing approaches that can be taken by cities, using Nairobi as a case study, in order to make public transport more socially just. He mentions the pillars of Socially Just Public Transport which include: Available, Accessible and Affordable, Human Rights and Equity, Sustainable. These include to aspects such as universal access for elderly and persons with disability (non-discriminatory). It should also be safe and connect the city to all its citizens. It needs to be environmentally friendly (non pollutant) and meet the needs for future generations.

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