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News 2017

 
CABLE THEFT ON GAUTRAIN SYSTEM
17 OCTOBER 2018
Passenger figures since the operation of the Gautrain service between Johannesburg and Tshwane has been beyond expectations. During the first week the number of passengers has steadily increased from 19 248 on the first day of operations to 41 883 on 9 August 2011. Gautrain is grateful to the people of Gauteng for their support of this essential mode of public transport.
 
GAUTRAIN TO OFFER FREE OF CHARGE TRAVEL FOR ALL EMERGENCY PERSONNEL TRAVELLING TO THE OR TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
17 OCTOBER 2018
Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Dr Ismail Vadi today announced that all emergency personnel travelling to the disaster areas in the Cape to assist with the fire disaster can travel free of charge on the Gautrain system to and from OR Tambo International Airport from any Gautrain station this weekend.
 
MEC ISMAIL VADI ANNOUNCES THE GAUTRAIN MANAGEMENT AGENCY’S SOCIAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMME BENEFICIARIES
17 OCTOBER 2018
The MEC for Roads and Transport Dr Ismail Vadi today announced the 32 beneficiaries of the Gautrain Management Agency’s (GMA) Social Investment Programme (SIP) fund, at the Balalaika hotel in Sandton.
 
EXPANSION OF GAUTRAIN RAIL NETWORK
17 OCTOBER 2018
After six years of operation and close to 80 million passenger trips, the Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) has demonstrated that the face of public transport can be radically changed. A modern and efficient public transport system such as Gautrain has had a positive impact on the provincial economy, alleviated traffic congestion and rejuvenated several inner cities in Johannesburg and Tshwane.
 
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