After a few hiccups leading to a postponement, today is all systems go for the first City of Joburg Ecomobility Festival for the month of October. If you’re going to be making your way to the Sandton city centre and choose to use one of the many park and ride options available, here’s where you can find your nearest facility.
Moving Gauteng, the creators of the interactive guide to getting around the province via public transport, created a Google Map pinning the locations of all the park and ride facilities.
Here, you can find information on the operating times of each park and ride, along with how much it will cost you, how many parking bays are available and how you can get to Sandton from there.
Check out the map on the Moving Gauteng website, for a more comprehensive guide to other public transport options you can choose from, you can head over to our previous htxt.africa feature article.
And please accept our apologies for no map appearing on our latest Map Monday post: we’re unable to embed the map on Moving Gauteng, so you’ll need to visit the website.
[Image – CC 0 by Jay Mantri]