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When 1 in 3 users are tourists, that changes the bike-share equation for cities

Bike-share programmes don't just cater for residents. When tourists use them too, that greatly increases the value the whole community gets from these bikes.

23 Mar 2021

#StartupStory: Planet42 aims to solve 'transport inequality'

In South Africa, access to personal mobility is very unequal, and on top of that, public transport is far from ideal. That means, those with less access to mobility also suffer in terms of social mobility opportunities...

By Evan-Lee Courie 11 Mar 2021

Transnet, SIU launch application to set aside irregular contracts

Transnet and the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) have launched an application at the High Court to review and set aside four contracts concluded by the parastatal in 2014...

10 Mar 2021

Kulula to resume Lanseria flights from April 2021

Low-cost airline, Kulula will recommence its operations at Lanseria International Airport from 1 April 2021, servicing its Durban and CT routes...

23 Feb 2021

BA reopens Joburg-Harare route

British Airways, operated by Comair, has reopened bookings for daily regional flights between Johannesburg and Harare...

22 Feb 2021

Changes to MyCiTi operating hours

The City of Cape Town has announced that as of 1 March 2021, some of the MyCiTi routes will no longer operate into the late evening...

22 Feb 2021

R45m victory for Prasa

In a decision that vindicates Martha Ngoye, an arbitrator has ordered SA Fence and Gate to pay back the money...

By James Stent 12 Feb 2021

Bakwena shares 2021 road upgrade, maintenance plans

Recent rains have wreaked havoc on many of the country's roads causing millions of rands in damage to road infrastructure...

12 Feb 2021

Road closures ahead of SONA

Cape Town motorists and pedestrians have been advised of minimal parking restrictions and temporary road closures in and around Parliament ahead of the hybrid Joint Sitting of the State of the Nation Address...

10 Feb 2021

Greyhound, Citiliner to cease operations

As of 14 February 2021, Greyhound and Citiliner will be closing its operations...

3 Feb 2021

Growth ahead for e-hailing services

Regulation could help e-hailing services grow and reduce their operating risks...

By Jason Mellow 25 Jan 2021

Lightstone, Tracker analyse effect of lockdown on traffic levels

According to a recently released study from Lightstone and Tracker, traffic levels fell dramatically by more than 60% in Gauteng and the Western Cape when hard lockdown was enforced in April...

23 Dec 2020

Uber, local NGO to launch mandatory safety education for driver-partners

Uber has partnered with Rainn, and Nisaa Institute for Women's Development, to raise awareness of gender, power dynamics, and sexual harassment among driver-partners and riders by launching safety education videos. This will be mandatory for driver-partners.

26 Nov 2020

Taxi industry urged to adhere to Covid-19 protocols

The Gauteng MEC for Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure, Jacob Mamabolo, has called on taxi industry leaders to continue to comply with the Covid-19 protocols, as volumes of movement are expected to increase during the festive season...

26 Nov 2020

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