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Sharing the wheels for ease of movement

Areport in the UK last year said that carsharing schemes could become a "mainstream" part of London's transport system by 2020, with around 800,000 members. According to the report, car sharing businesses could see 79,000 fewer cars on UK roads which would bring a big reduction in emissions.

By Mark Smyth 26 May 2015 10:26

When's the next bus? Ask this app

A new online platform is probably the only place where South Africa's disconnected public transport system can come together...

By Pericles Anetos 12 May 2015 11:48

The Internet of Things and big data in the real world

Technology often progresses in ways that can surprise us...

By Johan Botes 7 Oct 2015 08:32

City of Cape Town victorious against tolls

Judges Ashley Binns-Ward and Nolwazi Boqwana set aside the approvals that would enable SANRAL to toll sections of...

30 Sep 2015 14:28

Q2 formal-sector jobs fall to 8.944m from 8.945m in Q1

SA's formal sector shed jobs in the second quarter, which is not surprising given the economic contraction over the period...

30 Sep 2015 10:50

New app to find your public transport of choice

WhereIsMyTransport is dedicated to improving the commuter experience in developing countries. With the dynamic app it aims to achieve a seamless travel experience...

25 Sep 2015 11:28

Driving 'greener' logistic solutions

The Twentieth Century has been referred to as the Century of the environment. More demands are being placed on companies to declare their footprints...

By Adrian van Tonder 22 Sep 2015 11:30

SARF urges government to declare war on shooting the red

According to Innocent Jumo, president of the South African Road Federation (SARF) excessive speeding has been earmarked as one of the leading causes...

11 Sep 2015 11:54

Abandoned unroadworthy sedan taxis crushed by City

The City of Cape Town has crushed 44 unroadworthy and abandoned sedan taxis which have been languishing at the Maitland pound for several years...

8 Sep 2015 12:25

Team Afgri wins UD Trucks' Extra Mile Challenge competition

James Mavuso and Hennie Schutte have been named the top fleet driver crew of UD Trucks Southern Africa's inaugural Extra Mile Challenge competition...

8 Sep 2015 11:53

Wayne Duvenage - From CEO to civil activist

Chairperson of civil action group Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance (OUTA), Wayne Duvenage, told a recent Forum at GIBS: "Something very interesting is happening in our democracy."...

Issued by Gordon Institute of Business Science 7 Sep 2015 11:31

Union wants dodgy Prasa contracts to be annulled, not suspended

The National Transport Movement (NTM) says the board of the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) should not just suspend but nullify contracts...

7 Sep 2015 08:56

Transport laws need to move with the times, Uber tells MPs

CAPE TOWN: Since entering the South African market e-hailing service Uber has undertaken two-million trips and created more than 2,000 jobs...

3 Sep 2015 10:07

Uber riding roughshod over legal requirements

Taxi company Uber was yesterday taken to task by parliament for insisting on operating "without restrictions" and for failing to ensure...

2 Sep 2015 11:46

City of Cape Town proposal to transform minibus taxi industry

Intending to breathe new life into the minibus taxi industry, the City of Cape Town's Mayoral Committee has recommended a game-changing policy proposal...

2 Sep 2015 11:20

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