ARTICLES RELATING TO TRANSPORT

Prasa's non-compliance threatens town's economy

2015-09-02 17:41

The economy in a Western Cape town is being threatened due to non-compliance by the Passenger Rail Agency of SA, says the Railway Safety Regulator.

Investigation is derailed as Prasa’s new trains only ‘speak’ Spanish

2015-08-31 11:06

The Passenger Rail Agency of SA's new Afro 4000 locomotives only speak Spanish, which is hampering an investigation into the accident involving a Shosholoza Meyl train.

ANC MP Mabe seeking legal advice on Prasa report

2015-08-25 18:57

ANC MP Pule Mabe is seeking legal advice after adverse findings were made against him in the public protector's report into maladministration at the Passenger Rail Agency of SA.

Montana belongs in jail - DA

2015-08-25 15:05

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says the party is in the process of laying criminal charges against axed Prasa CEO Lucky Montana.

Remedial action to get Prasa back on tracks - As it happened

2015-08-24 13:22

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has delivered a report on the findings of her investigation into corruption and tender irregularities at Prasa.

Prasa on track says acting CEO

2015-08-21 18:49

The Passenger Rail Association of SA has played down the suspension of seven senior staffers who held an unauthorised press conference to raise concerns.

R195m bus depot planned for Durban

2015-08-20 10:37

The eThekwini Municipality is set to spend R195m on the construction of a new super depot north of Durban for the city's integrated rapid public transport network.

Do more to prevent road carnage - KZN opposition

2015-08-19 11:39

Opposition parties in KwaZulu-Natal have called on Transport MEC Willies Mchunu to do more to prevent road carnage in the province, following a minibus taxi crash in which 16 people died.

Judgment reserved in Cape toll battle

2015-08-18 13:59

Judge Ashley Binns-Ward has reserved judgment in the City of Cape Town’s bid to have a Sanral decision to toll highways in the Cape set aside.

Cape Town takes shotgun approach on tolls, court hears

2015-08-13 16:08

The City of Cape Town is entirely against tolling and has taken a shotgun approach, the Western Cape High Court has heard.

 

Proposal to 'radically' change minibus taxi industry

2015-09-01 17:28

The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee has proposed a new "game-changing" policy to help mini-bus taxi associations to form companies.

DA questions Tshwane bus fare collection contract

2015-08-28 15:15

The Democratic Alliance has accused the City of Tshwane of not following procedure in awarding a bus fare collection contract worth R15m.

DA to lay criminal charges against Montana

2015-08-25 16:26

The DA is going to lay fraud and corruption charges against axed Passenger Rail Agency of SA chief executive Lucky Montana, its leader Mmusi Maimane says.

Woman narrowly escapes grisly death under Cape Town train

2015-08-25 13:18

A woman has escaped a grisly death after nearly being hit by a train when she slipped and fell onto the tracks while running away from an official at Harfield station in Cape Town.

Go George buses running again after violent week

2015-08-24 12:35

The Go George bus services is back up and running, despite ongoing tensions between it and taxi associations.

Go George bus service suspended after torchings

2015-08-20 14:42

The Go George bus service has been suspended after four buses were set alight in the Western Cape city.

Construction, lack of communication likely caused derailment - Prasa

2015-08-19 12:16

Construction work and a lack of communication was likely the cause of a train derailment outside Kimberley, the Passenger Rail Agency of SA says.

Efforts under way to resolve Tshwane bus strike

2015-08-18 14:04

The City of Tshwane says efforts are under way to put the brakes on a metro bus strike which has affected scores of commuters.

City wants to avoid another Gauteng toll debacle

2015-08-18 07:15

The City of Cape Town has expressed its concern that Sanral’s decision to toll roads in the Cape Winelands may follow the same contentious route as in Gauteng.

City has no reason for delaying toll process - Sanral

2015-08-13 12:17

The City of Cape Town has not given a reason why it delayed its application to have Sanral’s toll plans reviewed and set aside, says the national road agency.

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