Three things we’d really like to see on SA’s trains

Happy new week, GoMetropolitans!

Cape Town is fairly unique in South Africa for its wide-spread, functional railway service that stretches throughout the city and all the way out to Sea Point. Up in Johannesburg, the Gautrain is unique too in its upmarket, first-class rail experience.

But what if these could be better? We’ve been thinking about […]

More need than ever to be safe on trains

Happy Monday GoMetropolitans!

The GoMetro team likes to chat about the fun stuff as much as everyone else, but sometimes a really serious issue comes up. Like today. Without getting your week off to a heavy start, it’s come to our attention that a lot of people need to be more cautious with train travel.

This […]

Are we en route to even more fuel taxes?

Good morning GoMetropolitans, and congratulations on getting through the first month of 2018.

This week sees the beginning of February, also known as Budget Speech Month to us South Africans. There are plenty of people watching Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba with baited breath to see what budget he will bring – and many people are watching […]

GoMetro team picks: the best weekend vibes in Cape Town

On Monday mornings, the weekend seems very far away… But that’s exactly when you need your weekend vibes on.

Cheer up, Cape Town is the best place on earth to be in the warmer months. With long days of sun, phenomenal wine, people from around the world and gorgeous sunsets that start long after you’re […]

Cape Town Mobility with CoCreateSA

Announcing the Cape Town Mobility Indaba

The event aims to rethink Cape Town Mobility. Consequently co-creating a way forward, focussing on mobility as a key driver of economic growth, development and societal transformation.

Transport Month October 2016 will kick off with the Cape Town Mobility Indaba #cocreate2MOVE. This five day event will take place at Kenilworth Racecourse […]

Train Surfing

Train Surfing Kills

19 February, Cape Town – A 15 year old, Grade 8 student,  was electrocuted on his way to school. According to reports he was “Train Surfing”.

Train Surfing not only involves riding on the roof of a train and dodging the wires carrying 3,000 volts, but also running along the train and leaping […]

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