Wednesday, April 14, 2010

South African Cities Will See Additional Transit During World Cup

Extra train sets and transit police will be on-hand during the World Cup, according to Transport Minister S'bu Ndebele.

[The country has] already invested over R20 billion in the passenger rail services for the World Cup and beyond.

“The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa is currently upgrading key stations and critical infrastructure,” Ndebele said.

The former Kwa-Zulu Natal premier also announced refurbishments of two thousand coaches, the roll out of the South African Railway Police, which are key in making the country fully complaint in support for the soccer spectacular.

Rail services upgraded ahead of 2010 World Cup
Bush Radio News
April 13, 2010