Friday, February 26, 2010

Cape Town Releases World Cup Transit Plan

The City of Cape Town has released its World Cup public transit plan. Certain services will run for free, while many will carry longer hours.

The plan envisages trains, buses, minibus taxis and metered taxis ferrying tourists to and from the airport, the Cape Town stadium and public viewing areas, and on an inner-city loop.

On match days, fans holding World Cup tickets will be able to travel to and from the stadium for free from more than 25 park-and-ride centres across the city, from as far afield as Strand.

Cape reveals plans for 2010 transport network
Cape Times
February 26, 2010