Durban - The Kwa Zulu-Natal provincial government has thrown its weight behind a plan to build a multibillion-rand monorail between Durban and King Shaka International Airport, with construction expected to start by 2017.
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While Baixian said he was “very familiar” with the current railway line between Durban and Gauteng, he could not confirm whether the speed train would take the same route as the existing infrastructure.
Durban – A Kwa Zulu-Natal man who almost knocked down a pedestrian was shot and killed after a high-speed chase, local police said on Saturday.
Baixian said that technicians at the company had worked on details of the proposed high-speed train for years, but that the project had not proceeded owing to “some setbacks”.
He said the 45km monorail between the airport and Durban city would act as a pilot project ahead of the major construction programme for the rail route to Gauteng. We will work through the steps carefully with the provincial government,” he said.Provincial spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbhele said members of the Verulam unit were patrolling the Watson Highway in Verulam when they noticed a vehicle narrowly miss a pedestrian.Mbhele said the driver refused to pull over for police, speeding up instead. She said backup was called and other members tried to fire shots into the tyres of the vehicle.“We are looking at a mixed bag of funding sources which will include both the private and public sector,” he said.The railway group built at least half of the rail infrastructure in China, which exceeds 10 000km, and includes a 1 200km high-speed rail line between Beijing and Shanghai which, according to the board chairman, Gan Baixian, was completed in four years.Golding said both projects were accepted as viable and now feasibility studies into costs, land acquisitions and environmental impact studies would get under way for both projects. The old, original feasibility study has changed now,” he said.