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    Cape Town airport to receive multibillion-rand boost over next five years

    The Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) is set to receive an estimated R7.5-billion capital investment over the next five years. By 2024, CTIA will boast a new, realigned runway, as well as revamped domestic and international terminals, says Airport…

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    Cape Town airport to receive multibillion-rand boost over next five years

    The Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) is set to receive an estimated R7.5-billion capital investment over the next five years. By 2024, CTIA will boast a new, realigned runway, as well as revamped domestic and international terminals, says Airport…

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    Newcomer Zeelo seeks active growth in South Africa’s mobility market

    Looking to go to that big concert or rugby game, but not keen to drive home after a drink or two, or to travel at night? Newly launched mobility service Zeelo hopes to provide a solution to these conundrums, as well as some other transport questions pr…

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    Newcomer Zeelo seeks active growth in South Africa’s mobility market

    Looking to go to that big concert or rugby game, but not keen to drive home after a drink or two, or to travel at night? Newly launched mobility service Zeelo hopes to provide a solution to these conundrums, as well as some other transport questions pr…

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    PRASA demands outstanding debt from Autopax

    Autopax must pay its outstanding debt by August 15, or the bus service will be refused access to the train stations operated by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). PRASA operates the Metrorail commuter rail and Shosholoza Meyl long-dista…

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    PRASA demands outstanding debt from Autopax

    Autopax must pay its outstanding debt by August 15, or the bus service will be refused access to the train stations operated by the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA). PRASA operates the Metrorail commuter rail and Shosholoza Meyl long-dista…

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    Public transport subsidy policy to go to Cabinet at end of 2020

    Future of Transport (FOT) Consulting expects the new policy on South Africa’s public transport subsidy regime to be finalised and presented to Cabinet for approval by the end of 2020. FOT Consulting strategic planning and transformation specialist Rehana Moosajee says a draft policy document should be available in the first quarter of next year, with stakeholder engagement to take place in the first half of next year.

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    Public transport subsidy policy to go to Cabinet at end of 2020

    Future of Transport (FOT) Consulting expects the new policy on South Africa’s public transport subsidy regime to be finalised and presented to Cabinet for approval by the end of 2020. FOT Consulting strategic planning and transformation specialist Rehana Moosajee says a draft policy document should be available in the first quarter of next year, with stakeholder engagement to take place in the first half of next year.

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    Public transport subsidy policy to go to Cabinet at end of 2020

    Future of Transport (FOT) Consulting expects the new policy on South Africa’s public transport subsidy regime to be finalised and presented to Cabinet for approval by the end of 2020. FOT Consulting strategic planning and transformation specialist Rehana Moosajee says a draft policy document should be available in the first quarter of next year, with stakeholder engagement to take place in the first half of next year.

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    Lack of funding, Autopax fingered in preliminary public transport inquiry findings

    Autopax, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) and insufficient funding are all potentially distorting competition in the public transport sector, this according to the preliminary findings of the Competition Commission’s Public Passenger Transport Market Inquiry (PPTMI). Autopax is the holding company of two South African intercity bus services and a wholly owned subsidiary of PRASA.

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