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The bridge, the fund and insurance in Dar es Salaam
Irmelin Joelsson

of orientation’ that structures urban imaginaries of which Dar es Salaam is intrinsically part (Weiss, 2004 : 201). By generating circulation, spanning spaces and inciting global imaginaries, it holds a promise of future investments, in Dar es Salaam and in Tanzania. Its temporality is so vast that it came to life in urban plans decades prior to its inception and long had a life beyond the city not only in various documents, but also in popular culture and mythology. A focus on the bridge as a public infrastructure/public good (Bear and Mathur, 2015 ) reveals how

in African cities and collaborative futures