The unveiling will take place on Wednesday, 19 October and will operate Monday to Friday from 08h00 till 17h00 daily. The single coach mock-up train has been placed at Pretoria Public19 precinct which was the most suitable area structurally to hold the coach with enough space also to transport the coach on the road without the need to demolish existing structures.
Special flat-bed trucks and cranes were used to place the coach in its current location with electricity feeds to power the lights and give the mock-up an actual operational feel.
The coach is a replica of the trains to be used longer corridor train trips such as between Pretoria and Johannesburg. The new trains are designed in the same state-of-the-art passenger safety and comfort standards adopted internationally.
There is air conditioning throughout the train eliminating the current window design which can open which means com train will be cool in summer and warm in winter. Passengers can view real-time travel information on the next station both inside, the front and the sides of the coaches of the news train.
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The trains are public19 for Universal Access for all passengers not just abled bodied passengers with special areas for passengers using wheelchairs. The new trains no longer public19 closed coaches at each end debauchery porno will mature with boy one continuous tube with all six coaches visible from the one end to the other. On-board CCTV cameras have been specially designed for passenger safety on-board with added emergency calling button in case of extreme emergency.
Drivers will be able to communicate with passengers via the on-board communication system com the need arise.
PRASA unveils its mock- up train to public, 19 Oct
The new trains are expected to start running at the first deployment corridor public19 Pienaarspoort and Koedoespoort in Pretoria while PRASA continues to modernise the rest of its infrastructure over the next 20 years as part of com Modernisation Programme. For the next 10 to 15 years, PRASA will continue to run the current trains and will gradually phase-out the current trains as the Modernisation Programme progresses to different areas. This means that PRASA will continue to refurbish its current trains and improve com its operational efficiencies.