South Africa to consider high speed rapid train link between Johannesburg and Durban

By bne IntelliNews April 14, 2010
South Africa's deputy transport minister Jeremy Cronin said that the country wasconsidering the feasibility of a rapid train link between Johannesburgand Durban. Thedepartment is in the final stages of putting together a proposal to undertakethe feasibility study for presentation to cabinet towards the end of this year.The new line would ease congestion on the busy N3 route, but this will requireplanning and a significant investment.

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