If SA is to meet its globally committed climate goals the country will have to ban the sale of new internal combustion (ICE) vehicles by 2035 and shift at least 15% of road traffic to rail.

A new report that focuses on the decarbonisation of SA’s transport sector said more than R300bn will have to be invested to reverse the decline in rail services and to allow a big share of the transport of freight and people to shift from road to rail.  ..

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