The EcoMobility Festival kicks off in Sandton on 1 October.
Many lanes in the CBD will be closed while extra lanes will be available to public transport.
The EcoMobility Festival aims to reduce congestion and encourage motorists to use buses, cycle lanes and walk ways for the month.
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“I actually asked Lisa Seftel,” said Nicolaides, “today during the press briefing; what are they going to do if they see that traffic congestion is worse after a few days?”
Listen to the audio for more detail.
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