Imagine a decongested Sandton with a sustainable transport system…
Imagine Sandton with an active street life…
The EcoMobility Festival kicks off on 1 October.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Sipho Nhlapo, Operations Manager for Mobility and Freight from the Johannesburg Roads Agency and member of the EcoMobility Festival Planning Team.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
We are ready!— Sipho Nhlapo
About 100 000 come into Sandton every day.— Sipho Nhlapo
We must make it easier to get into Sandton.— Sipho Nhlapo
We’ve created public transport routes that are safe.— Sipho Nhlapo
Please try walking.— Sipho Nhlapo
The city must create the infrastructure so people can use bicycles safely.— Sipho Nhlapo
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