South Africa invests to develop integrated rapid public transport networks

More than R14.5 billion (EUR 1 bln) is to be spent on developing integrated rapid public transport networks in South Africa over a three-year period, transport minister Sibusiso Ndebele announced.
In addition, R25 billion (EUR 1.77 bln) will be spend on improving South Africa’s passenger rail service over the next three years, Ndebele said. He added: ‘South Africa is fast becoming the first country in Africa to have rapid public transport networks. It is going to change the face of this country and will create more opportunities for work and tourism.’

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