Look Up Harare, Cable Cars Could Ease Our Traffic Woes

1 October 2018

Sections of cities all over the world are being demolished to meet increasing demand for transport infrastructure. The process of building new roads, harbor crossings, metro systems, and light rail lines seems unending. Harare is undergoing rapid growth, with some studies projecting that its current population of three million will double within the next 15-20 years.

Last year the city father tried not allowing combis into the Central business district. One of the biggest problem to the idea was the issue of cost blow-outs and traffic gridlock. But there is actually one public transport option that can mitigate many of these concerns: cable cars.

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