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Topic - Andrew Marsay
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Jul 06, 2012
Johannesburg has one and so does Cape Town. Port Elizabeth almost had one, Rustenburg is planning one, and Tshwane may finally roll out one after a delay of several years. Bus rapid transit (BRT) systems, although they may go by different names in different cities,...
Jul 06, 2012
Johannesburg has one and so does Cape Town. Port Elizabeth almost had one, Rustenburg is planning one, and Tshwane may finally roll out one after a delay of several years.
Jan 20, 2012
From South Africa’s perspective, the plan to move ahead with a R16-billion to R17-billion greenfield railway line between Lothair, in South Africa, and Sidvokodvo, in Swaziland, is primarily an attempt to relieve pressure on the coal corridor to Richards Bay....
Oct 08, 2010
The state of repair of South Africa’s branch-line rail infrastructure is but one point of anxiety for potential concessionnaires. There is also deep concern about the level of investment that will be required to ensure that the assets, both infrastructure and rolling...
Sep 27, 2010
Concern over the state of repair of South Africa's branch-line rail infrastructure, as well as the economic viability of the concession opportunities that will potentially be made available for private operators dominated question time at an industry briefing hosted...
Jun 22, 2007
To date, only 4 271 old taxi vehicles (around 4,2% of the current fleet) have been scrapped as part of the taxi recapitalistion programme (TRP).
May 16, 2007
The Gauteng provincial government and the Gauteng Economic Development Agency (Geda) on Wednesday signed a deal with Malaysian group Newcyc Vision for the construction of a R12-billion monorail system, the sod-turning for which will take place in September.
Apr 27, 2007
Owing to the growing harbour activities, SAPO and the NPA are undertaking a multi billion rand investment programme to expand and upgrade the South African ports and related infrastructure. These projects include the refurbishment of the Saldanha port, an upgrade for...
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Sep 02, 2005
Rail has, over time, become an inappropriate technology for the transport of general cargo, says Arup South Africa transport economics adviser Andrew Marsay.
Sep 10, 2004
One of the aspects of the proposed new Transnet operational structure is the vertical separation of the infrastructure and operational aspects of the freight businesses - railways, harbours and pipelines - in line with global best practice.
 
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