Someone Finally Mapped Cape Town’s Bewildering Taxi Network

Publication: Wired,

EVERY DAY, MORE than 5,000 people commute to and from Wallacedene, a small settlement on the eastern edge of Cape Town. But you won’t find it on official transit maps. It’s simply a stop in the South African city’s sprawling informal taxi network of more than 7,500 unregulated minibuses that shuttle people between the city’s center and its outskirts on a daily basis.

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