This website contains information on all the public airports in South Africa. It includes up to the minute information on arrivals and departures and flight schedules.
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This brochure provides information on the special needs public transport service, Dial-a-Ride.
Various transport facilities are available for tourists visiting the Western Cape. These include tour buses, shuttles, metered taxis and chartered services.
The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works is responsible for regulating the mini-bus taxi industry in the province. The Provincial Regulatory Entity (PRE) can be contacted on:
This website contains information on public transport services in the Cape Metropole. The schedules section contains times and costs for buses, trains, taxis, special needs transport and inter city transport.
The Commuter section of the site contains information on train services, news events and commuter forums. Detailed information for the Western Cape can be accessed through the Cape Metrorail site.
Statistics South Africa did a National Travel Survey on behalf of the National Department of Transport from 25 May to 20 June 2003. The survey provided an accurate analysis of the population's transport habits broken down by gender, modes of transport, rural and urban areas, and local authority planning zones (e.g. townships and suburbs within Johannesburg). The Survey interviewed around 50 000 households nationwide to determine their travel patterns and which modes of transport they use to get to work, hospitals and schools.
Rail services are provided by Metrorail. The Metrorail Western Cape website provides up-to-date timetable, fee and route information.
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This document briefly sets out the progress of the taxi recapitalisation programme from 1999 to July 2003.