This Kenya country report derives from the first six months of work to develop indicators to 'measure' the adequacy of rural transport services for meeting the access needs of rural people. The AFCAP-funded project is being implemented by an IFRTD team led by Paul Starkey and Peter Njenga. The first project phase from April to September 2012, aimed to develop and test a methodology to acquire the information required to develop indicators. This document provides the initial results obtained from three road-based surveys in Kenya. The document highlights emerging issues that are presented from four different perspectives: user's, regulator's, operator's, and an overall development perspective.
Odero, K.; Starkey, P. Rural transport service indicators: Kenya country report. International Forum for Rural Transport and Development, (2012) 27 pp.