The City of Johannesburg has 3 bus systems:
2. Rea Vaya
3. Gautrain Bus
The Johannesburg Metrobus system is a well-established, reasonably-priced and secure mode of transportation for many residents. It uses both single and double-decker buses to most destinations. Routes. Fares.
The Rea Vaya bus system is a dedicated BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) transport mode with dedicated bus lanes and stops in the middle lanes of major arterial roads in and around the city. A new fare schedule was recently announced. Routes. /Fares.
The Gautrain is a relatively-new rapid underground train system around the city. It connects the OR Tambo International Airport to Park Station (Johannesburg CBD), Sandton as well as the capital city of Pretoria ( turns back at Hatfield Station). There is a Gautrain Bus System from certain city locations to the nearest train station..Here are the: Routes./ Fares.
PRASA The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) runs the metropolitan railway system in Johannesburg and links the city to nearby cities and towns in the vicinity. Its densest passenger routes serve the black townships around the city's outskirts, such as Soweto, Tembisa and those of the West and East Rand metropolitan areas. The latest routes and fares are at the moment unavailable as their website is under development.
Information about the rapid underground Gautrain service can be found at the bottom left of this page.
Is available in the form of passenger jet transport services - as well as other smaller planes for hire - at two public international airports serving the city, viz. the O.R. Tambo as well as Lanseria International Airports. Do bear in mind that except for South African Airways (SAA), all other operators, be they of large jetliners, business jets, helicopters or propeller-driven craft, do so in the private transport sector.
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