Cities have not evolved alone, but, alongside with massive evolution in the methods of their abstraction. In the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area and contiguous districts, the following areas are affected: 6. Similar to other countries in sub-Saharan Africa, Ghana has over the years experienced extensive LUCC as a result of several factors. It therefore became a major transport hub which served as the pickup and drop-off point for both passenger and freight. Thus, the monocentric model could be applied to the urban structure of the Ashanti region as of 1990 and 2000. Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology, Analysis of geo-spatiotemporal data using machine learning algorithms and reliability enhancement for urbanization decision support, A growing city: patterns and ramifications of urban change in Wa, Ghana, Characterising spatial and temporal patterns of urban evolution in Sub- Saharan Africa: The case of Accra, Ghana, Transport and Historical changes in Kumasi’s Growth and Form, Patterns of land use, crop and forest cover change in the Ashanti region, Ghana, THE EFFECT OF INFRASTRUCTURAL INTEGRATION OF REGIONAL TRANSPORT ON TOURISM PROMOTION: THE CASE OF GUILAN PROVINCE, IRAN, DYNAMIC GEOSPATIAL MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF PREDOMINANTLY INFORMAL CITIES: AN INTEGRATED AGENT-BASED AND CELLULAR AUTOMATA MODEL OF URBAN GROWTH, Kumasi: Towards a sustainable and resilient cityscape, Land Use and Land Cover Changes in the Owabi Reservoir Catchment, Ghana: Implications for Livelihoods and Management. Additionally, the proportion of bare soil (areas that do not have vegetation cover due to forest clearing and other anthropogenic activities) has increased, while the areas of waterbodies have declined. Ghana joins South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Mali, among others, in Africa to have announced some restrictions of movement to curb the spread of the virus which has killed over 30,000 people across the globe. The population of Asia. Pixel analysis revealed that changes occurred in the magnitude and rate of urbanization in the study area between 1986 and 2007. We further implemented an anomaly detection and temporal consistency algorithm followed by a changing logic to correct the classification anomalies due to image contamination from the cloud and other sources. This is deemed important to assist a re-framing of the urban transport debate by emphasising accessibility as the underlying objective of transport in cities. These include persons aligned to the production, distribution and marketing of food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, medicine, paper and plastic packages, environmental and sanitation activities, road and railway construction workers, members of the security agencies, workers at fuel stations and staff of utility, telecommunications, e-commerce and digital service providers.