After ongoing problems with the Dial-a-Ride service for disabled people persisted for most of this year, it seems that relief is finally on the horizon for the thousands of registered but dissatisfied users in Cape Town. Recently, a new contract has been adopted by the City’s Transport Directorate with HG[…]
By Zahraa Schroeder A long-awaited meeting between frustrated Dial-A-Ride users and the City of Cape Town has finally culminated in an agreement, one that would hopefully, finally, cater to the needs of thousands of disabled people. The agreement comes after months of back and forth complaints to the city council,[…]
By Tauhierah Salie The City of Cape Town has failed to come to the party, following renewed complaints by users of the Dial-A-Ride Service over the past few weeks. In April, around 80 disabled demonstrators marched to the City’s headquarters on the Foreshore to demand answers as to why “government[…]
Dial-a-Ride User Forum has voiced concern that the transport service has not adequately spoke to the needs of disabled people. Recently, disabled people of Cape Town voiced their grievances by handing over a memorandum to City officials. “I think the users of Dial-a-Ride were very brave to take to the[…]
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