Prasa pumps R130m into Cape Town train station
Prasa's Richard Walker says the world class facility is the culmination of years of strategic planning.
CAPE TOWN - Passenger Rail Angency of South Africa (Prasa) has pumped nearly R130 million into revamping Cape Town Train Station.
The new parade concourse opened for business on Wednesday.
It's part of a 10-year plan to modernise stations in the province.
Prasa's Richard Walker says the world-class facility is the culmination of years of strategic planning and that other parts of Cape Town will soon see similar upgrades.
"Within the next 10 years we will be upgrading all the metro stations on the metro south east corridor."
He says Langa, Nyanga and Khayelitsha will all see similar upgrades.