Metro Rail or Metro Fail?

Season 5 Episode 52

Thu, 12 Mar 2015 10:00pm

Everyday, Metrorail transports up to 2 million passengers – with ticket prices ranging from R7.00 – R9.00 for a single ride, one can only imagine the profits made, but why such poor service? Metrorail has become infamous with overcrowding, unsafe and possibly life threatening conditions. In this episode, the Public Transport Voice, a group campaigning for major improvement for all Metrorail passengers, discuss the poor conditions and their strategy on how to bring about change.

 

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Director: Jo Menell/ Richard Mills

Produced by: Street Talk Stories

Researcher: Lesley-Anne Johannes

Camera: Thembela Dick

Sound: Thina Daniel

Edit: Monde Matyumza

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