Transport Planning Associate
Peninah Ndegwa holds a first class honours degree in urban and regional planning from the University of Nairobi. She is currently undertaking her master’s degree in Climate Change Adaptation at the University of Nairobi. She is a passionate urban/ transport Planner and sustainability enthusiast keen on the use of new technologies that build resilient, adaptive and sustainable cities that improve quality of life for all especially women and children. Since Joining ITDP in 2017, Peninah has been involved in various projects in Non-motorised transport (NMT), Transit-oriented Development (TOD), Bus Rapid transit (BRT) Planning and Design, Parking management and Transport policies formulation. Before joining ITDP, she worked as a physical planner in NGOs and private practice firms. Peninah’s future interest for the future is to design and advocate for children friendly cities, climate change and sustainable transport.