E-Mail full of ideas

Regions: all
Modes: road, rail
Topics: transport infrastructure, transport services, public transport, private transport, road safety, non-motorised transport
Rosalia Shilunga sent an e-mail with the following suggestions: "1. transport in those areas rely mainly on small cars to transport people from one area to another, we can have buses or minibuses that operates between town that are far from each, lets say any town that is more than 20km apart. These buses can be made to operate at certain hours that is made known to people. For example, people in small town like Outapi that travels to Oshakati can have a bus that leaves Outapi every day at 7am and return at 5pm. 2. Public transport should also be made easy to recognise like how taxis are branded in Windhoek, this will eliminate people that don't have public transportation licenses from transporting people. 3. allow registration of Bakkies to serve as public transport in rural areas that do not have tarred roads. 4. Have taxi ranks and bus terminals for public transport it town away from service stations and open markets where buses operate in an orderly manner of first car in first filled up with people, also have market place spots on which town loads where. 5. construction of cyclist lanes in towns."