The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa’s (PRASA) blue train is once again up and running in Cape Town, providing transportation for hundreds of commuters on a daily basis.
The resumption of the service comes after the Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula conducted an oversight visit of the Cape Town Northern Line and the Western Cape Rail Management on Monday, 17 January.
According to Mbalula PRASA have embarked on a series of station improvements in anticipation of service resumption as well as delivering the Annual Performance Plan through the National Station Improvement Project.
Mbalula said the railway agency has also already restored services in five of the seven corridors, however, work will continue in order to restore the commuter rail services in the Western Cape.
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Meanwhile, the blue train was beautifully captured journeying through the historic Kalk Bay train station on Tuesday, 8 February.
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