Chronicle of the Middle East and North Africa

Urban Mobility

Urban Mobility

Introduction Urban Mobility

Urban Mobility
A picture taken on August 31, 2021, from the top of Al-Hamra Tower shows a view of Kuwait City. Al-Hamra tower is the tallest skyscraper in Kuwait and one of the top 10 tallest towers in the world. – Photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT / AFP

Efficient cities are known for their smart mobility strategies. For a citizen, a resident or even a tourist, urban mobility is an important measurement for overall satisfaction; it can have a huge impact on mental clarity or it can be a daily burden. It is also very influential to sustainability. We are going to discuss how Urban Mobility affects humans, the environment and its relation to the economy.

Urban Mobility Publications

This file is in development, below is a list of publications we have planned to publish soon. If you want to contribute please click here.


Quality of life is one of the main concerns of anyone residing in the 21 countries of the Middle East and North Africa covered by Fanack. Together with our network of global contributors, we define what regional residents want, what they need, and in which space they are most comfortable in.

Fanack’s Urbanism topics are explored from a regional, local, and city-level perspective. Fanack aims to link the below topics to their effect on the quality of life in cities in the MENA region on both local and regional levels.

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With broad support Fanack triggers conversations that directly propose solutions to better the quality of those living in the region. Our Urbanism project solely depends on donations from supporters worldwide.