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Covid-19 pandemic hits bus and train travel volumes

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The Covid-19 pandemic has hammered transport companies who have reported drastic volums falls. Picture: supplied
The Covid-19 pandemic has hammered transport companies who have reported drastic volums falls. Picture: supplied

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Professor Stephan Krygsman, a lecturer in transport economics at Stellenbosch University (SU), says that for health reasons more and more people are using their own cars, or minibus taxis, which take them to their destinations faster, instead of buses and trains.

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