MyCiTi bus service has adapted its service schedules to suit the needs of residents and visitors over the holiday period. Here’s the latest..
A new report has revealed the extent to which South Africans have turned their back on government. It’s scary.
As the PUTCO Bus strike continues, the company has told commuters it cannot refund them in cash as ticket sales are processed externally
NUMSA strike is due to transport allowance for workers at Tshwane Rapid Transit and Tshwane Affected Operation Investment.
Taxi price hikes: Petrol and fuel prices and COVID-19 safety measures continue to put pressure on public transport.
The Rea Vaya bus service has announced a return to operation. Commuters were left stranded after service delivery protesters blocked roads.
Justice Project SA: ‘People who are driving around with expired vehicle licence disks and placing reliance on what the minister had to say at a speech and on Twitter… are going to find themselves in a bit of pickle when they get stopped by traffic cops.’
President Cyril Ramaphosa has used his weekly newsletter to elaborate on government’s efforts to address flaws in the public transport system
Under level 3 of the national lockdown, which comes into effect on Monday, 1 June 2020, all sectors of the economy will be allowed to operate which means it’s back to work for many South Africans and naturally, more movement on the roads
Our Level 4 lockdown just got a little more strict: Here are the new operating hours South Africans are being asked to follow on the roads.
Several bus and train services reopened on Friday, and more are set to return to their operations next week. Here’s who is up and running during Level 4.
Queues of taxis and other vehicles, on their way to the Eastern Cape for Easter, were stopped by law enforcement on Friday.
Through the National Land Transport Amendment Bill, government aims to regulate the public transport industry.
The data will help shape the national transport planning and policymaking activities of the Department of Transport.
The City of Ekurhuleni has increased its fleet of Harambee buses which service as many as 17 townships in Gauteng.
The Amalgamated Taxi Association believe the City of Cape Town is intentionally trying to destroy the minibus taxi industry.
Prasa’s conduct between 2010 and the present will be investigated by the SIU after a special order from President Cyril Ramaphosa.
The land transport sector has managed to overcome troubling economic conditions in South Africa to post encouraging growth.
Focal point of this system is monitor Metrorail’s operations.
Prasa has confirmed that railway services throughout South Africa are functional despite a combined strike by FEDUSA and UNTU.
Cape Town wants to take over responsibility for the passenger rail services in the city so it can begin resuscitating failing public transport systems.
Another Cape Town bus has gone up in smoke, and so has the city’s public transport budget: Torching these vehicles comes at an enormous cost.
Some relief for commuters in Cape Town.
The brazen robbery left one passenger dead.