South Africa’s only high-speed rail network is drawing up a multibillion-rand plan to expand outside Johannesburg and Pretoria, joining a potential bonanza of infrastructure projects.
Motorists and taxpayers appear set to become the cash cow to allow the government to reduce its percentage of the funding of the multibillion-rand expansion of the Gautrain.
Government is assessing the planned multibillion-rand expansion of the Gautrain in terms of its new infrastructure development methodology and is in the process of engaging with stakeholders about the project.
Construction of the planned multibillion-rand expansion of the Gautrain rapid rail network, dubbed Gautrain 2, could realistically commence at the end of 2024, according to the Gautrain Management Agency.
The Gautrain Management Agency is planning to spend up to R2-billion to acquire second-hand additional rolling stock from the UK to deal with the capacity constraints on the high-speed train network.
South Africa’s high-speed rail network is seeking R4-billion to increase its number of trains by 50% ahead of a potential expansion to other parts of Johannesburg and Pretoria.
The Gautrain has launched a mobile application and a refreshed website, Gauteng roads & transport MEC Ismail Vadi said on Thursday. The new website and mobile application can be used toregister and receive
The Gauteng provincial government will in the next three months introduce a pilot project for a single e-ticket for public transport users. A similar card-based pilot project was introduced in Pretoria last year by the South
Vodacom doesn’t have the spectrum it needs to launch next-generation 4G+ broadband services nationwide, but the unique nature of the Gautrain tunnel system has allowed it to launch the technology on a limited scale in Gauteng. As a result of the deployment, Vodacom
Cellular operators MTN and Vodacom have finally launched services in the underground stations of the Gautrain public transport network that links Johannesburg, Sandton, Pretoria and OR Tambo