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Getting to grips with commuters daily needs

The Mobility Indaba is coming up in two weeks, from 6-10 October, at the Kenilworth racecourse. The open forum is aimed at bringing about real change and finding new ways to move around and ease the congestion on the roads.

Bonnie Horbach, Consulate General, Kingdom of the Netherlands says the first two days of the Indaba will put commuters at the core of the discussion because they understand the pains of trying to move around.

We are trying to get a grip on what the problems are and how we can solve them together

Bonnie Horbach, Consulate General at Kingdom of the Netherlands

95% of people who use public transport are from the lowest income class and spend almost 40% of their income on transportation...

Bonnie Horbach, Consulate General at Kingdom of the Netherlands

There are a lot of exciting activities planned for the weekend and it will be free for everyone, says Horbach.

Listen to the full conversation below:

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