Cape Town - Cape drivers have shared their views on the City's traffic congestion problem after a report submitted to council revealed that City will need to invest R250million a year over the next 20 years to alleviate the problem.
With a failing passenger rail transport system, more motorists are using the city’s roads, and according to a report before the city council’s transport directorate, there will be no respite from the high degree of congestion in the foreseeable future.
Here are some of the suggestions and opinions that drivers have shared as a way for the city to fix the problem:
Keenan Herborn - Solution is simple: Remove all taxis from road (They cause congestion by cutting in and out of lanes from all directions) and beef up rail and bus industry!
Asavela Peko - What must then people use when going to work if taxis would be removed in your own view?