JOBURG – Local residents and the City of Johannesburg enjoyed a beautiful Saturday afternoon in the sun on West Street in Sandton as they bid farewell to the EcoMobility World Festival on 31 October.
JOBURG – The City of Johannesburg and the Sandton Central Business District hosted a special press briefing at the Citi Bank head office to share the effects and reaction towards the EcoMobility World Festival which ended on 31 October.
JOBURG – As Transport Month comes to a close, the Sandton Chronicle caught up with two Bryanston High School pupils to ask them about their mode of transport to and from school and its benefits.
JOBURG – As the EcoMobility World Festival enters its final week, government officials are hailing the initiative as a success.
JOBURG – With petrol hikes currently ruling South African citizen’s wallets, our reporters hit the streets to find out what local residents in different professions spend on petrol or transport.
JOBURG – A group of local celebrities and government officials participated in this year’s EcoMobility Challenge on 21 October.
JOBURG – Have you ever found yourself on the opposite side of the Road Traffic Act by having a few cold ones before jumping in the driving seat of a motor vehicle?
SANDTON – With the EcoMobility World Festival into its third week, the Sandton Central Management District has revealed that there has been a major growth in the use of public and alternative transport into Sandton since its launch on 5 October.
SANDTON – Part of West Street in Sandton was covered with a 300m-long slippery slide for all to enjoy.
JOBURG – As part of the EcoMobility World Festival being held in Sandton this month, there will be a low carbon World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) EcoMobility Challenge from Braamfontein to Sandton on 21 October.
SANDTON – The Epic Eats food truck business is booming following its participation in the EcoMobility Festival in Sandton.