JOBURG – In 2005 October was declared Transport Month during the Transport Lekgotla. The Sandton Chronicle caught up with two Bryanston High School pupils to ask them about their mode of transport to and from school and its benefits.
JOBURG – Local residents and the City of Johannesburg enjoyed a beautiful Saturday afternoon in the sun on West Street in Sandton as they bid farewell to the EcoMobility World Festival on 31 October.
JOBURG – The City of Johannesburg and the Sandton Central Business District hosted a special press briefing at the Citi Bank head office to share the effects and reaction towards the EcoMobility World Festival which ended on 31 October.
JOBURG – As Transport Month comes to a close, the Sandton Chronicle caught up with two Bryanston High School pupils to ask them about their mode of transport to and from school and its benefits.
JOBURG – As the EcoMobility World Festival enters its final week, government officials are hailing the initiative as a success.
JOBURG – With petrol hikes currently ruling South African citizen’s wallets, our reporters hit the streets to find out what local residents in different professions spend on petrol or transport.
JOBURG – A group of local celebrities and government officials participated in this year’s EcoMobility Challenge on 21 October.
JOBURG – Have you ever found yourself on the opposite side of the Road Traffic Act by having a few cold ones before jumping in the driving seat of a motor vehicle?
SANDTON – With the EcoMobility World Festival into its third week, the Sandton Central Management District has revealed that there has been a major growth in the use of public and alternative transport into Sandton since its launch on 5 October.
SANDTON – Part of West Street in Sandton was covered with a 300m-long slippery slide for all to enjoy.
JOBURG – As part of the EcoMobility World Festival being held in Sandton this month, there will be a low carbon World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) EcoMobility Challenge from Braamfontein to Sandton on 21 October.