Here is the purported plan for Juba, using the well known rhinoceros solution to gridlock
Misadventures in Urban Planning
by Chris Blattman
August 23, 2010
[Quote from Alan Boswell blog:]
South Sudan is planning to literally re-build its city centers from scratch…into the shape of some of the safari animals the rest of the world comes to these parts to chase around in open-roofed vehicles.
The multi-decade project is estimated to cost over $10 billion (the government’s annual budget this year was less than $2 billion).
These new urban centers will be owned initially by the private companies who finance the construction, under a public-private partnership model currently all the rage here in the wider region.