Prasa's acting CEO, Cromet Molepo joined commuters on the central line to hear their views on the service on Tuesday morning.
This is as part of his effort to get the central line running smoothly after six weeks of suspension following the killing of a security official in Khayelitsha.
There is nothing better than interacting with the people who experience the service...— Cromet Molepo, Prasa acting CEO
The positives we can take out from this is that Metrorail is the backbone of transporting the people to wherever they want to go.— Cromet Molepo, Prasa acting CEO
Through his engagement with the commuters, Molepo says commuters have agreed to work with Prasa and law enforcement to ensure the protection of the infrastructure.
He says he will be in communication with the newly appointed Minister of Police as well as Minister of Transport to ensure that they Prasa offers its commuters a service that is safe to use.
The process of engaging other ministries is ongoing. We have already included measures which will help to protect the infrastructure since we re-opened the line last week, the number of trains is increasing and the service is improving....— Cromet Molepo, Prasa acting CEO
To hear the rest of the conversation with Prasa acting CEO Cromet Molepo, listen below: