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Transport

Synergies benefit travellers

LIFE is getting easier for Joburg commuters. Rea Vaya passengers can now link with the Gautrain, which is going all the way to Park Station.
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Station opens for Gautrain

IT'S been a long wait, but finally Gautrain commuters can catch the high-speed train to and from Park Station.
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Future of transport discussed

STAKEHOLDERS pulled no punches at a conference called to look at the state of public transport in Gauteng. Failings and growth points were analysed.
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How to spice up a city

A SPICED city is one that is pleasant to live in, with plenty of open public space, bicycles and pedestrians, and crucially, fewer cars clogging up the roads.
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Gautrain fares set to rise

A SIX percent increase has been announced for Gautrain trips, although there will still be discounts for weekly and monthly passes.
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Parkhurst parking protests

BRING your ideas about the pay for parking system, we are listening, the City tells business owners and residents protesting against the roll-out.
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Streets matter, says expert

GIL Peñalosa believes that with Rea Vaya, Joburg is moving in the right direction towards creating a vibrant city and healthy communities.
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Paid parking goes to suburbs

PAYING for parking has been part and parcel of Joburg for a long time. Now a new, more modern system is being rolled out.
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Public transport lecture

AN international expert in liveable cities, Gil Peñalosa, will present a public lecture for 8 - 80 Cities on bringing international experience to Joburg.
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Think Pedestrian – and save lives

A 10-YEAR campaign driven by the UN and backed by local companies has been launched to change the behaviour of road users and end the rising number of road deaths in South Africa.
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Better roads reported

THE roads were better this Easter as motorists were more cautious, says the metro police. The strong focus on road safety is expected to continue.
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Easter road campaign begins

SAFETY on the roads is a priority for the metro police over the long weekend. Road blocks will be set up and there will be a zero tolerance approach.
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E-tags are not compulsory

ALL motorists on the toll roads will be tolled, but they need not have an e-tag. Getting one, however, gives them discounts.
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Gautrain violence condemned

THE province and management of the rapid rail link have come out fighting, determined to stop attacks on the service.
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Have your say on lanes policy

MANAGED traffic lanes have been proposed for Joburg roads to ease congestion, and the City wants public input on its proposed policy.
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Last leg of Gautrain to open

THE Gautrain will steam into Park Station in April, completing the rapid rail route and giving a seamless ride from inner city Joburg to Pretoria.
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JRA looks to the future

DESIGNING durable, user-friendly roads and installing innovative traffic technology will improve mobility in the long term, in line with Joburg 2040.
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New shelter for commuters

IN a few months, Joburg streets will feature new, state-of-the-art commuter shelters that will give public transport users protection from the elements.
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Comment on lanes policy

THE public has been invited to comment on the proposed managed lanes policy, which are aimed at cutting congestion and promoting public transport.
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Gautrain buses disrupted

DRIVERS have again put the brakes on, calling their second illegal strike within a month. Attempts are being made for skeleton staff to run services.
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