Metrorail takes heed of listeners grievances

CapeTalk listeners and commuters were given an opportunity to raise their concerns with trains operations on the Kieno Kammies Breakfast Show.

Richard Walker, Metrorail Regional Manager, answered all questions and clarified some of the challenges they face in trying to fix these issues.

Listeners raised concerns such as littering on railway lines, vandalism on trains, safety issues and homeless people who are dwelling at the station premises.

To hear how Metrorail will be dealing with issues raised by listeners, listen below:


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