Tag: rail

  • Nelspruit’s World Cup travel plans

    The Mbombela Stadium will not provide public parking for general spectators on match days and entry will be strictly enforced by law enforcement officials. The transport system is an additional service to the regular day-to-day public transport system already in place. It comprises a public transport hub, six park-and-ride points and one park-and-walk point, all […]

  • Pretoria’s World Cup transport plans

    Travelling to and from Pretoria Pretoria is particularly accessible as it lies only 48 km from the OR Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg) and has three national highways, the N1, N4 and N14, and two provincial highways, the R21 and R80, converging on the city. Two other World Cup operating airports, namely Wonderboom and Lanseria are…

  • Durban’s World Cup transport plans

    he eThekwini Municipality has developed a world-class transport operating system for the 2010 FIFA World Cup that will get fans to the games easily and efficiently and provide safe access to all the main attractions of the City, such as the beachfront and Official FIFA Fan Fest. The system also takes into account the needs…

  • Cape Town’s transport plans for World Cup

    The City of Cape Town has made special transport arrangements in order to offer visitors and residents safe, comfortable and easily accessible public transport before, during and after the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The city’s regular rail, bus, minibus taxi and metered taxi services will extend their offerings to cater for increased demand around match…