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Gautrain capacity-expansion measures advancing

By: Mia Breytenbach     27th November 2015 Several key capacity-expansion projects are under way to enhance the operational capacity of the existing Gautrain rapid rail link system, says transport provider Gautrain Management Agency (GMA). “In the short term, GMA aims to increase the parking capacity at its stations. The second step is to... 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

     16th January 2015 No specific method, timeline or costs have been finalised yet to remedy the water ingress, excessive to contractual specifications, into the Gautrain tunnel. 

Gautrain announces revisions to fare structure

By: Irma Venter     6th June 2014 The Gautrain has announced several revisions to its fare structure which came into effect on Sunday, June 1. The Gautrain will introduce a multitiered fare structure offering discounts of up to 30% between peak red and off-peak green train fares, while commuters in the intermediate orange period... 

Gautrain ups fares, changes structure to battle peak-period crowding 

By: Irma Venter     16th May 2014 Gautrain on Friday announced several revisions to its fare structure which will come into effect on Sunday, June 1. The Gautrain would introduce a multitiered fare structure offering discounts of up to 30% between peak red and off-peak green train fares, while commuters in the intermediate orange... 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th November 2013 An arbitration tribunal has ordered the Bombela Concession Company to undertake immediate remedial work on the Gautrain tunnel section between Johannesburg Park Station and Emergency Shaft 2 to halt the inflow of water into the tunnel. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     25th October 2013 The Gautrain Management Agency has proposed the development of seven new rapid rail routes along identified high-mobility corridors in Gauteng. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     4th October 2013 The Gautrain Management Agency is mulling the acquisition of 40 new Gautrain rail cars. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

     6th September 2013 The delay and disruption claim the Bombela consortium filed against the Gauteng government in August last year will only be resolved by 2016. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      12th July 2013 The Bombela Concession Company can double only one more train, operating in the mornings on the Pretoria–Johannesburg line, before it has provided all the rolling stock it has available. 

Tshwane rapid transit system, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     22nd March 2013 The Tshwane Metro has unveiled the name of the Tshwane rapid transit system – A Re Yeng, or Let’s Go. 

Tshwane metro unveils first station in its A Re Yeng bus rapid transit system

By: Irma Venter     19th March 2013 The Tshwane metro on Tuesday showed the media what its purple and green Tshwane rapid transit (TRT) system stations would look like, while it also unveiled the name of the new R3.5-billion bus system: A Re Yeng, or Let’s Go. The name was selected following a public participation process. Speaking... 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st February 2013 The arbitration case between Bombela and the Gautrain Management Agency is likely to take at least another two years. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     14th September 2012 The delay and disruption claim the Bombela consortium has filed against the Gauteng government regarding the Gautrain project is unlikely to be “settled in the short term”. 

Growthpoint distribution rises 6.1%, office demand remains weak

By: Natasha Odendaal     29th August 2012 JSE-listed property group Growthpoint on Wednesday reported that, despite a 12-year low in business confidence, uncertain global economic conditions and lower office demand, the company achieved a 6.1% distribution growth for the year ended June 2012. Improved portfolio occupancy levels and... 

Gautrain mulls aligning operating hours with province’s ‘vibrant nightlife’ 

By: Schalk Burger     25th May 2012 The possibility of running later operating hours on Fridays and Saturdays between the Gautrain end-points of Park station, in Johannesburg, and Hatfield station, in Pretoria, has been mooted to enable users to partake in the vibrant nightlife of the two cities, says Gautrain operator Bombela... 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     18th May 2012 The Gauteng Management Agency has said that the issue of excessive water ingress in the tunnel between Park station and Rosebank station on the Gautrain system “remains unresolved”. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     26th April 2012 Gautrain operator Bombela has started demonstration running of trains to Park station, in downtown Johannesburg. 

Gautrain rapid rail link, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     20th April 2012 The Gautrain Management Agency is hopeful the remaining leg of the Gautrain route will open “some time in May”. 

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