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Gautrain timetable changed

Mar 20 2012 16:07
Sapa
Johannesburg - Gautrain services will run on a new timetable by the end of the week, the Bombela Concession company said on Tuesday.

"The new timetable is designed to provide more peak time train capacity during weekdays and more time to change between the north-south line and the east-west line at Marlboro station," spokesperson Kelebogile Machaka said in a statement.

The timetable will come into effect on Thursday.

Machaka said Gautrain had implemented several "service enhancements" after receiving feedback from commuters.

These included airport trains direct from Marlboro, a simplified fare structure, reduced parking fees and discounted fares for regular users.

It had also set up a security hotline, an sms service for updates and an application for smartphones.
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