Invitation: Transport and Environment Science Technology (TEST) network: Media & Govt Liaison Workshop

The Department of Transport in partnership with the University of Cape Town: Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, Centre for Transport Studies, will host a workshop to inform various stakeholders and the media about the activities and achievements of the Transport and Environment Science Technology (TEST) network, with regards to research on traffic congestion, air pollution […]

Invitation: CUT YOUR COMMUTER CARBON with WWF National Climate Change Office

Do you take a bus, train or minibus taxi, or bicycle or walk, to work or study? Congratulations, you are already part of the solution to climate change. Or are you hoping to afford your own car some day? You have every right to affordable, safe and convenient transport – or to have access to […]


GREEN CITIES: PROMOTING THE NMT AGENDA The Department of Environmental Affairs, in partnership with KfW (German Development Bank), is hosting a two-day conference at Gallagher Estate on 2&3 August 2012, to highlight their walking and cycling demonstration projects. These projects form part of the DEA’s National Greening Programme, launched in May 2010 in Sandton, Johannesburg. […]

Southern Africa Transport Conference focuses on solutions to transport challenges

Speakers from Singapore, the Netherlands, the United States and Nigeria as well as local transport professionals will be providing insight into how to improve transport in Southern Africa at the 31st Southern African Transport Conference (SATC) taking place from 9th to 12th July 2012 in Pretoria at CSIR International Convention Centre. The annual conference is […]

Introducing BIKE HOUR: It’s like Earth Hour, only more useful…

When: Tuesday, 20 March 2012 What time: 18:00 until 19:00 Where: The planet Earth over! It’s like Earth Hour, only more useful. It’s like a critical mass ride, only effective. The world’s biggest, completely unorganised, mass cycling rally will happen wherever you are, on Tuesday March 20, between 6 and 7 pm. Why? Because you […]