transport industry

 
Jo'burg gets its own lean, green shuttle machines
Jo'burg gets its own lean, green shuttle machines
The tuk-tuk is the transport of choice for millions in Southeast Asia, but it is now becoming a fixture in the north of Johannesburg too. The...
EU firm on airline carbon tax
EU firm on airline carbon tax
United States airlines are wrong to think that they can force the European Union to back down on plans to make carriers pay for emitting carbon,...
Turbulence over Africa
Turbulence over Africa
The airline industry is a tough business at the best of times and operators face a slew of challenges, not least of them the ­sustainability of...
Paris goes green with Bluecar
Paris goes green with Bluecar
Et voilà! Say bonjour to the electric Bluecar. Hot on the wheels of Paris's self-service bicycle scheme Vélib' comes Autolib, a car-sharing idea...
BRT lauded as the solution
BRT lauded as the solution
South Africa's bus rapid transit (BRT) system has certainly had its share of struggles since its inception. An outcry from the taxi industry...
Offenders must be punished
Offenders must be punished
It's the kind of headline that has become so commonplace it's unremarkable: "Thirteen people killed in horrific taxi and truck crash".
World Cup fans face transport hurdles
World Cup fans face transport hurdles
Soccer face an array of transport worries when they navigate South Africa for the World Cup, crossing a country three times the size of Germany and...
Transport road map
Transport road map
A planned multibillion-rand infrastructure roll-out over the next five years, the build-up to the 2010 Soccer World Cup and growing freight-transport usage are putting pressure on South Africa's road and rail infrastructure....
From a lump of coal into a diamond
From a lump of coal into a diamond
Maria Ramos is a small woman. It is perhaps unfitting to comment on a chief executive's build, simply because she is a woman, but her formidable...

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