2019 Carling Black Label Cup
Date: 2019/07/22 / Author: ReaVaya Admin / Category: Latest News
City of Joburg makes Rea Vaya services available for the Soweto Derby: Saturday 27 July 2019
Soccer fans can take the quick and easy route to the Derby on Saturday 27 July by using the Rea Vaya.
“By using the Rea Vaya, you will be avoiding traffic congestion and paying for parking and you can join the festive spirit on the buses routing for your favourite team”, said MMC Makhuba, MMC for Transport in the City of Johannesburg
Rea Vaya buses will operate from the Joburg Inner City, Cresta, Auckland Park, Westbury, Bosmont, New Canada, Florida North, Parktown, Yeoville, Eldorado Park and Soweto to transport soccer fans to and from the FNB Stadium.
Fans are requested to check the table below for the quickest route to FNB:
How to travel
Milpark, Auckland Park, Westbury and Noordgesig along Empire and Perth Roads
Use T3 buses and transfer to T1 at Orlando Stadium to FNB Stadium
Inner City and Ellis Park
Use T1 and CI to FNB Stadium.
Use F11 buses to Library Gardens East and then go to Library Gardens West to use T1 to Soccer City
Use F12 buses to Library Gardens East and then go to Library Gardens West to use T1 to Soccer City
Use F1 from Naledi, F2 from Protea Glen, F3 from Jabavu, F4 from Mofolo/Boomtown, F9 from Mapetla and F10 from Pimville then transfer at the Rea Vaya station stations to T1 or C1 to FNB Stadium.
Use C1 to FNB stadium
Use F5 to Lakeview Station and then transfer to TI to FNB Stadium
Florida North, Newlands
Use C5, and transfer to T3 at Helen Joseph Station and then transfer to T1 at Orlando Stadium to FNB Stadium
Use C4 and transfer to T3 at UJ Sophiatown and then transfer to T1 at Orlando Stadium to FNB Stadium.
Lea Glen, Fleurhof, Amalgam, Bosmont, Riverlea
Use F6 or F7 and transfer at Industria West to T3 and then transfer to T1 at Orlando Stadium to FNB Stadium
Use F8 and connect T3 at Westbury station and then transfer to T1 at Orlando Stadium to FNB Stadium