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Taming Kenya’s matatu madness
Taming Kenya’s matatu madness
Nakuru — On October 25, a bus driver lost control of his vehicle along the Kisumu-Muhoroni highway in Kenya. The bus...
National Land Transport Amendment Bill process aims to revamp public transport
National Land Transport Amendment Bill process aims to revamp public transport
So many tensions are experienced daily in the South African public transport sector. The amendments proposed in the National Land Transport...
Transport's future is integrated, but how do we get there?
Transport's future is integrated, but how do we get there?
Imagine you’re running late for an important meeting across town. It’s rush hour and a section of road has collapsed, wreaking havoc across the...
Sustainable transport key to sustainable development
Sustainable transport key to sustainable development
South Africa’s transport sector contributes 17% to the country’s gross domestic product and creates almost 30% of formal employment, which is...
People colour a journey of book stops
People colour a journey of book stops
Two years ago, my family and I decided to do a road trip from Nairobi to Johannesburg using public transport, most of which resulted in my latest...
Getting from point A to point B safely
Getting from point A to point B safely
"One day, when you get your own car, you will understand all this rage” is something I’ve heard from almost all my friends when they’re...
[Video]Gautrain's first ever strike
[Video]Gautrain's first ever strike
The UNTU embarked on a strike on Monday morning, demanding a 10% wage increase from the Bombela Operating Company which runs the Gautrain
Pupils are condemned to death road
Pupils are condemned to death road
Phumzile Sibiya thought she was dying. She had no way out. No option. Death was imminent.
​Public transport: Are we getting it right?
​Public transport: Are we getting it right?
Over the past decade, the South African government has spent more than R42-billion on the implementation of the Public Transport Strategy in thirteen...
How can we prevent sexual violence in public transport and spaces?
How can we prevent sexual violence in public transport and spaces?
South Africa has one of the highest rates of sexual violence in the world. Harassment and sexual violence towards women using public transport...

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