EcoMobility Festival: Sandton commuters say 'so far so good'

It's been four days of the Joburg EcoMobility Festival, and generally those commuting into Sandton say it's been a good experience so far.

702's Azania Mosaka spoke to City of Joburg's operations manager Sipho Nhlapo to take stock of the initiative. Nhlapo also asked listeners' questions about some of the challenges they've encountered so far.

Listen to the conversation below:


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