City of Cape Town 'hopeful' MyCiti N2 service back on track by end of July
More than a month after Cape Town's MyCiTi N2 express bus service was suspended due to a contractual dispute, Mayoral Committee member for Transport Felicity Purchase says she's optimistic that a solution will be found soon.
Purchase tells CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies that she is waiting for an update about a meeting that took place on Thursday, but is confident that an agreement will be reached.
I have spoken to the officials and they are confident that we are on the right page.Felicity Purchase, Mayco member for Transport - City of Cape Town
I feel like the lawyers are confusing things. I can't tell you what the issues are at this stage but there is legal stuff that we need to get correct, but I am confident that we will get there.Felicity Purchase, Mayco member for Transport - City of Cape Town
Purchase says she is hopeful that the issues at hand will be sorted out before the end of July.
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