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    20 injured as Cape Town train derails at Bellville station

    Some 20 passengers have been treated for minor injuries after a train derailed at Bellville station on Thursday morning, according to Metrorail. Three carriages of the Cape Town-bound train derailed at about 06:08 on the Kuils River side of the station…

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    20 injured as Cape Town train derails at Bellville station

    Some 20 passengers have been treated for minor injuries after a train derailed at Bellville station on Thursday morning, according to Metrorail. Three carriages of the Cape Town-bound train derailed at about 06:08 on the Kuils River side of the station…

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    ‘War room’ working to get PRASA back on track as passenger trips plunge

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa says a “war room” – established to improve the State-owned entity’s fortunes – is already at work, a month after it was launched. Passenger trips plunged from 634-million in 2010 to 208-million in the 2018-19 financial year, a decrease of 67%. The agency was briefing a parliamentary oversight committee on Wednesday about its strategic and annual performance plans.

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    ‘War room’ working to get PRASA back on track as passenger trips plunge

    The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa says a “war room” – established to improve the State-owned entity’s fortunes – is already at work, a month after it was launched. Passenger trips plunged from 634-million in 2010 to 208-million in the 2018-19 financial year, a decrease of 67%. The agency was briefing a parliamentary oversight committee on Wednesday about its strategic and annual performance plans.

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    Mbalula considers scrapping e-tolls

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has committed himself to consider the scrapping of Gauteng’s controversial e-toll system.  Mbalula met with the Automobile Association (AA) and the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) in Pretoria on Wednesday.

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    Mbalula considers scrapping e-tolls

    Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has committed himself to consider the scrapping of Gauteng’s controversial e-toll system.  Mbalula met with the Automobile Association (AA) and the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) in Pretoria on Wednesday.

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    City of Cape Town issues deadline to MyCiTi N2 Express operators

    The City of Cape Town has given the shareholders running the stalled N2 MyCiTi Express service an ultimatum to get the buses running again by September 28 otherwise it will find another service provider. “We have sent a letter to the three shareholders – namely CODETA, Route 6 Taxi Association, and the Golden Arrow Bus Service – indicating that the buses must be back on the road by September 28, 2019,” said mayoral committee member for transport Felicity Purchase.

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    City of Cape Town issues deadline to MyCiTi N2 Express operators

    The City of Cape Town has given the shareholders running the stalled N2 MyCiTi Express service an ultimatum to get the buses running again by September 28 otherwise it will find another service provider. “We have sent a letter to the three shareholders – namely CODETA, Route 6 Taxi Association, and the Golden Arrow Bus Service – indicating that the buses must be back on the road by September 28, 2019,” said mayoral committee member for transport Felicity Purchase.

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    AA to Mbalula: E-tolls collapsing, can’t be saved

    The Automobile Association (AA) has told Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in an open letter that its research into road funding found “the current model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has failed, and will continue to fail” if it is pursued further. The association says it canvassed the views of Gauteng motorists who were being asked to pay the e-toll, which was put in place to pay for the nearly R18-billion improvements to freeways in South Africa’s richest province.

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    AA to Mbalula: E-tolls collapsing, can’t be saved

    The Automobile Association (AA) has told Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula in an open letter that its research into road funding found “the current model for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project has failed, and will continue to fail” if it is pursued further. The association says it canvassed the views of Gauteng motorists who were being asked to pay the e-toll, which was put in place to pay for the nearly R18-billion improvements to freeways in South Africa’s richest province.

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