Rea Vaya videos

Rea Vaya through video

Discover the story of Rea Vaya through our video clips, from coverage of events to interviews with commuters.

If you’re not using Rea Vaya, you’re missing out!

Watch this message from Rea Vaya commuters about the fastest, safest and most affordable way to commute in Jozi.
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Rea Vaya embraces learning opportunity

Rea Vaya is gearing up to introduce a new route between Soweto and the CBD via Coronationville, Newclare and Westbury in October. Listen to the executive director for transport in the City of Joburg, Lisa Seftel, talk about Rea Vaya's expansion plans as well as other transport issues.
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Commuters learn about smart cards

Energetic actors explain smart cards to Rea Vaya commuters through an interactive piece of ambush theatre performed on buses and at stations. They take questions from commuters and give back helpful answers. They also encourage feedback from commuters.
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By bus and train, between cities

Commuters from Soweto can take a Rea Vaya bus from Thokoza Park, change to a Gautrain at Park Station in downtown Joburg and either go to OR Tambo International Airport in Ekurhuleni, or all the way to Hatfield in Pretoria – in one single trip.
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New names for Rea Vaya stations

The City is calling on communities to take part in consultations to propose names for unnamed stations along the Rea Vaya Phase 1B route.
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Telling the Rea Vaya story

Joburg's Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit system is garnering international attention.
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You Make Joburg Great

A feel-good campaign that aims to acknowledge the role of Joburg citizens in making Johannesburg a great city that it is has launched in the CBD.
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Official launch of Rea Vaya

To the welcome of drums, Joburg’s Rea Vaya BRT system is officially launched on 30 August by the Minister of Transport, Mr Sibusiso Ndebele, the Premier of Gauteng Ms Nomvula Mokonyane, and the Executive Mayor of Johannesburg, Cllr Amos Masondo.
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First day at Thokoza Park Station

The first day of operation for Johannesburg’s Rea Vaya was a busy affair, with people lining up to make use of the new public bus rapid transit system.
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Rea Vaya bus launch

The residents of Johannesburg are introduced to the Rea Vaya buses at a Fun Day at Thokoza Park in Soweto on 16 August 2009.
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BRT outreach at shopping malls

Residents are well-informed about the upcoming Rea Vaya BRT system.
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