If Fikile keeps track, it’ll be full steam ahead for commuter trains
Cape Town is moving closer to taking control of its rail network and pioneering public-private partnerships
A seismic shift could be on track for SA’s commuter rail networks, with local politicians pushing for devolution to happen as fast as possible.
A feasibility study into the transfer of Cape Town’s commuter railways from the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) to local government will start on July 1.
This was rubber-stamped earlier this month by transport minister Fikile Mbalula...